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 How to Succeed in Distance Education

To succeed in a distance education program, you need self-discipline and the ability to learn without face-to-face interaction in a classroom. Lacrosse University's degree programs maintain the same rigor and high standards of any on-site classroom course(s). In fact, the academic content, textbooks, requirements, assignments and life/work participation you expect in a classroom are also found in our distance education courses.

Is Distance Education Right For You?
Lacrosse University wants you to succeed as much as you want to succeed yourself. Take a few moments to run through four simple questions that help you assess whether distance education is right for you:

1. Do you have the self-discipline needed to learn without face-to-face interaction?
2. Do you have college-level reading and writing skills?
3. Do you have strong time-management skills that will enable you to balance distance education course work with your professional and personal responsibilities?
4. Are you comfortable relying on LIFE/WORK EXPERIENCE to help you complete your degree requirements?

If you answered "Yes" to each of the above questions, you are an outstanding candidate for Lacrosse University distance education programs.