The lifetime earning potential of someone with a bachelor's degree is $1 million more than a worker without a bachelor's degree. A 2010 study reported that those with bachelor's degrees earned an average of $78,000, compared to $49,000 for associate degree holders to $29,000 for those with only a high school diploma. Read more on why a degree is worth it at Anderson University.
Explore real-world opportunities through the stories of our alumni and testimonials from current students and faculty.
"Finally getting my degree has truly changed my life. My self-confidence has grown tremendously, which in turn has directly benefited my career."
Nancy J. Wilson
Get to know Nancy
"I have found Anderson University students to be unmatched in the consistent application of integrity, dedication to learning, and commitment to ethical principles."
Get to know Randy
"In my experience, everyone from President Edwards all the way down to campus staff workers have been nothing short of kind and gracious."
Get to know Nefertiti
"Looking back, this has been one of the best decisions I have made."
Get to know Brenda
"I treasure the acceptance that I received as an 80-something-year-old student."
Get to know Gail
"I feel reinforced in my faith as well as challenged to grow as an organizational leader."
Get to know Genaro
"I have been able to be successful in every aspect of my life not only because of my determination."
Get to know Stanka
"My journey began... and continues to stretch me outside of my comfort zone."
Get to know Kevin
"The ability for all of us, as community, to come together to share life adds purpose and meaning in ways that go way beyond the classroom."
Get to know Lorri