As advocates and empathetic listeners, ReUp Success Coaches provide the support and accountability you need, when you need it, to achieve your education goals.
Time management is just one key to reducing stress, getting more done, and achieving balance as an adult learner.
As an adult learner, you can combine scholarships, grants, work-study, employer tuition benefits, and paying out of pocket to finance your education.
Many schools require the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, better known as the FAFSA®, as a first step in awarding aid. It takes 45 minutes to complete and helps determine your eligibility for federal loans, grants, work–study, and certain scholarships.
Clarifying your goals, researching transfer policies and financial aid, and connecting with a coach will make the process go much more smoothly.
A four-year college is your gateway to more specialized coursework and broader opportunities for student life (e.g., athletics! service fraternities! special-interest organizations!). A bachelor’s degree is also crucial for leveling up your skill set and job prospects. But transitioning from a community college to a four-year university can feel overwhelming, and many transfer students experience anxiety as they consider moving from one school to the next. Fortunately, knowing some of the common obstacles can help you plan and make the process go much more smoothly.
When used outside of the realm of sports, the term “coaching” can be difficult for people to grasp as a profession when talking about my career. Although the coaching industry has seen a steady increase in visibility and demand over the last decade or so, a knowledge gap still exists for many people who are unclear as to the role, need, and validity of coaching if they have no plans to join a professional sports team.