"After being out of school for such a long time I was very anxious about going back. With the encouragement of my husband, friends, and co-workers, I took that first step. Life has gotten in the way at times; however, I always come back to the phrase 'take it one step or class at a time.' I believe this has kept me persevering and I am so glad I took that first step many years ago."
– Beth Parker, Graduate
"As an adult learner, I have found the educational experience and atmosphere at Anderson University conducive to working adults. The curriculum is tailored for convenience and provides me with the opportunity to pursue my degree while meeting the commitments of my family and busy work schedule. In addition, the administrative staff and faculty have been very helpful addressing my many questions and concerns. This program is truly an attractive option for anyone choosing to further their education."
– Sherry Sidwell, Graduate
"Getting a college degree has always been a goal of mine. I had to put it on the back burner for several years due to one thing or another, as well as raising my two daughters. I wanted to be an example to my girls that you can always go back to school and get a degree. I also wanted to show the rest of my family that it can be done. I truly believe one should learn something new every day. You are never too old to learn. Anderson University's School of Adult Learning is geared for adults who have children and work full time, and it has opened opportunities that have made it possible for me to finally accomplish this goal."
– Rob Hayes, Graduate
"When looking for a university to finish my degree, I wanted the 'traditional' university setting which Anderson University offered along with the benefit of a Christian foundation. Attending college as an adult has been an experience in growth, awareness, and validation. As I focused with determination to balance my work, school, and personal life, it has been exciting to see the 'fruits of my labor.' I feel genuinely rewarded through the relationships I've developed at Anderson University, especially within my cohort — B2. I feel blessed to have spent the last 18 months with this group."
– Mark Patterson, Graduate