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Good Academic Writing Takes Constant Practice and Patience

One of the first required courses for new college students is Freshman Composition. The idea is to teach all students the basics of good academic writing.

Teaching Writing Should Emphasize Clarity over Style Rules

There is more than one way of writing clearly. But academicians get so stuck on “the rules” that they never question whether the rules serve their purpose.

New APUS Bookstore Expands Students’ Purchasing Options

In 2020, APUS students will have a new option for receiving course materials. The University has partnered with Akademos, a full-service online bookstore.

APUS Team Takes Home Three Awards at Model UN Conference

A team of APUS students took home three awards at the annual DC-National Model UN Conference on November 8-10 in Arlington, Virginia.

Online Learning: An Alternative to Crowded Lecture Halls

One of the biggest advantages of online learning is you can fit your studies around your job and your family life. You learn at your own pace.

APU Alumna Coordinates One-Day Human Trafficking Summit

Mars Hill University is hosting a one-day Anti-Trafficking Summit on Saturday, September 21. The event was coordinated by APU alumna Bren Journey.

APU's Extension School to Offer CLTD Course in September

APU, through its Extension School, is now accepting applications for the Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) course.

Better Vision Can Improve Your Classroom Performance

Improved classroom performance is a real possibility with something as simple as a regular eye exam and clear vision to see your computer screen.