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Thomas Edison State University makes it possible for adults to earn a college degree with 100+ areas of study, online courses and flexible transfer credit methods.
Thomas Edison State University makes it possible for adults to earn a college degree with 100+ areas of study, online courses and flexible transfer credit methods.

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As executive director of Springpoint Senior Living’s Wheaton Pointe community, Frances Holly, MPSL ’15, oversees more than 100 residents who depend on her to lead the daily operations at the affordable housing complex. Since her community is wholly dependent on funding from the state of New Jersey and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Holly knew she needed to better understand operations, nonprofit governance and corporate compliance to ensure her residents don’t feel like they live in a facility, but rather always feel at home. Read her story http://tesu.social/2pQiubX.
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“Success doesn’t come from what you do occasionally. It comes from what you do consistently.” #quote #MondayMotivation 
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According to the CDC, an estimated 50 to 70 million adults in the United States suffer from chronic sleep disorders, increasing their risk for heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke as well as on-the-job injuries and car accidents. As a sleep technologist, Steven Klinger, AAS ’15, has dedicated his career to help those people improve the quality of their sleep, and ultimately, their lives. Here’s how he’s doing just that http://tesu.social/2ptoRSi.
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Happy Nurses Week to all of our W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing students and alumni!
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Becoming a parent at 18 wasn’t part of Donna LoStocco’s, BSBA ’02, life plan. Neither was the financial hardship that forced her and her then husband to shutter the business they started. But even when the odds were stacked against her, Donna LoStocco persevered. Now, as president and CEO of First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in the Lehigh Valley, Pa., area, she wants to help others avoid the mistakes she made and give back to the community that has done so much for her. Read her story http://tesu.social/2pLf7QB.
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“I’m really proud to be a part of this team and to be a role model for future pilots, male and female alike, but more to enforce that females can do anything.” - Capt. Deborah Donnelly-McLay, ASAST '94 and BSAST '95

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“Remember that slow progress… is still progress.” #quote #MondayMotivation
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Did you know that in just last year alone, TESU students received 273,753 credits toward their degrees that didn’t involve a single traditional online course? Here's how they did it.

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“Planning for life after football began in high school and continued throughout my playing experience with education as the cornerstone. My degree has served me well as I have pursued a lifetime of learning. Long after the playing experience ends, your education remains.

My advice to those players about to be drafted, celebrate, but don’t let anyone tell you that being drafted by an NFL team is the pinnacle of your career. Never once did I allow that to settle in my mind. Financial freedom is ultimately in your education.” - Troy Vincent ’07, NFL veteran and Executive Vice President of Football Operations for the NFL #DraftDay #NFLDraft 
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