Global University has a long tradition of excellence in correspondence learning. Our university was founded as the correspondence learning branch of The Assemblies of God. We value every student, and we prove it every day with correspondence learning programs that make it easier to achieve spiritual and academic goals.
Correspondence learning offers many benefits for all students, but it’s a particularly perfect fit for seniors! Read on in today’s blog from Global University to learn four of the best benefits of correspondence learning for seniors.
1) Excellent Student Support
Global University is a Christ-centered academic institution that was designed with senior students in mind, and that means providing excellent and compassionate student support. Whether you want one-on-one communication with your professor, flexible class schedules, or a spiritual study group at your local church, Global University has designed our programs to be a perfect fit for senior students.
The Global University Student Success Center is your home base for student support. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to learn more about how we can help you achieve your spiritual and academic goals.
2) Learn on Your Terms
The traditional on-campus university experience is filled with expensive and time-consuming requirements that don’t bring you closer to your academic and spiritual goals. Many students would prefer to avoid the strict schedule of on-campus classes, the inflexible semester structure, and the cost of tuition, fees, books, parking, and transportation.
Global University’s correspondence learning offers something completely different.
We provide a flexible, affordable learning experience that allows our students to learn on their own terms. This is very important for all of our students, but it’s particularly important for seniors.
3) Grow Your Faith
The golden years of life bring with them great wisdom and a deeper understanding of faith. With Global University, you can continue to develop your knowledge and grow your faith as you achieve a diploma or degree in a Christian academic program, such as Bible and Theology or Intercultural Studies.
4) Become a Leader
Leadership skills learned throughout life should continue to be developed and honored. With age comes wisdom, faith, and knowledge. These virtues can be shared with younger generations when seniors take on leadership roles. If this interests you, consider the Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education or Graduate Studies Certificate in Leadership.
Thank You. We’re Here for You.
As we conclude today’s blog, we’d like to emphasize two statements: Thank you, and we’re here for you. We want you to know that you will always have a spiritual and academic partner at Global University, and we’re here to help you achieve your goals. Please contact us if you would like to start a conversation!