Learning is a lifelong process.
We think that to be human is to be always learning, always progressing, always evolving intellectually and spiritually to become better than what we were. That’s because we see education as a lifelong process rather than as a temporary phase of development. It’s a natural human pursuit that starts at the moment of conception and, as far as we know, ends only when we draw our last breath.
Learning and education are what makes America such a beacon of hope for those who arrive here from distant shores. With the promise of freedom and equality, the one thing activity that can propel an individual to success they might never achieve elsewhere is the acquisition of knowledge. That’s why we are so committed to bringing higher education to non-traditional learners. These are the adults who may have suspended their education after high school, or who have been dealing with family or work obligations that have prevented them from attending traditional college.
Our goal is to make it easier for them to recommit themselves to education so they can live rewarding lives that are filled with exciting challenges, pride of accomplishment and immeasurable hope for the future.