• Technology’s Impact on Social Relationships—The Data May Surprise You!

    Sep 26, 2011 by Tom Dellner
    My relationship with technology and social media is a little like my relationship with fast food. I enjoy it immensely and find it semi-addictive, but deep down, I wonder what it’s doing to me.
  • Five Keys to Online Law School Success

    Sep 23, 2011 by Ellen Sampong, JD
    Fortunately, at CalSouthern, law students benefit from a community of support. Faculty mentors, the deans, and the rest of the staff stand ready to provide all the guidance you need to be successful. To that end, I spoke with Dean Ellen Sampong of the CalSouthern School of Law, who provided a few critical keys to success in the online study of law.
  • Three Studies Released; One Easy Conclusion to Make

    Sep 14, 2011 by Tom Dellner
    Recently released reports from the U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau, and the U.S. Department of Labor combine to tell an interesting story about the value of higher education in America.
  • The DBA: Right Degree, Right Time

    Aug 18, 2011 by University Communications
    Over the course of the last decade or so, the world has experienced near-exponential advances in technology, communications, manufacturing, and medicine among many other fields. New business and technology superpowers are developing in China, India, and other nations, further accelerating the rate of progress and creating a hyper-competitive global economy.
  • The Cost of Higher Education: A Guide to Assessing Value

    Aug 18, 2011 by Dr. Donald Hecht
    When considering your options for pursuing a college education, it would benefit you greatly to ask yourself (and find answers for) the following questions: What are my tuition and fees paying for? What am I receiving in return?
  • Federal Financial Aid: A Good Idea Gone Bad

    Aug 18, 2011 by Dr. Donald Hecht
    More than 50 years ago, the U.S. government created the federal financial aid (FFA) programs to give eligible students an opportunity to attend college by helping pay for their education.
  • Keys to Online Learning Success: A Conversation with Dr. Lewis Sanborne

    Aug 16, 2011 by Tom Dellner
    By almost every conceivable measure, online higher education continues to grow. According to the latest annual Sloan Survey of Online Learning—the leading barometer of online learning in the United States...
  • Getting Value for Your Education Dollar

    Aug 15, 2011 by University Communications
    One of the Great Falsehoods that we in distance education frequently encounter is the myth that a quality higher education comes only at an exorbitantly high financial cost. For years, skeptics have questioned how California Southern University can offer its online degree programs at a fraction of the tuition charged by traditional on-campus schools.
  • Maximize Your Earning Potential: Invest in Yourself Today for a Higher Return Later

    Jul 12, 2010 by University Communications
    Everywhere we look today, financial gurus are telling us where to invest. The experts advise us to buy blue chip stocks for the long haul and remind us that “paying yourself back” means to take 10 percent of our paychecks out first and allocate that money to an investment portfolio.



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