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Making the Most of Your Holiday Break at Home

Holiday breaks during college are a good time to push the refresh button, relax and put down the textbooks for a few days.

Why Prospective Teachers Should Study Foreign Languages

American K-12 teachers need to know foreign languages, because they are instructing an increasing number of students who are English learners (ELs).

Reducing the Cost of Higher Education through Affordable Textbooks

APUS aims to use Open Educational Resources and library materials in all courses where it makes sense to replace current textbooks.

A High School Diploma Is Not the Only Ticket into College

While completing high school is the most direct route to attending college, there are other options available for those who have not completed high school. As always, reach out to a representative at the school you wish to attend if you are unsure of your eligibility for admission and for FSA.

APUS Students Prepping to Enter First Model UN Competition in November

A group of volunteer students will become the university’s first team to participate in the National Model UN competition on November 9-11.

How Do You Teach Online Students to Focus in the Face of a Personal Crisis?

It is a challenge when online students face a personal crisis. My approach is to tell them they need to spend only 15 minutes a day on classwork at first.