Your life is complicated. Finding time to be successful in college doesn't have to be.

If you're anything like us, your work / family / hobbies / sleep / fun / exercise / friends / everything else have you stretched pretty thin. But you know earning your degree is worth it. So how do you add school to your already busy schedule?

One of the keys to being a successful student is balance, and CSU-Global was built in a way that supports the needs of working adults who don’t have time for set classes in fixed locations.

Adults who have to drive the kids to soccer practice and then get dinner on the table before they can think about studying. Students who want to take a month off when starting a new job but don’t want to wait until the next semester starts.

Students like you.

Working On Your Own Schedule Doesn’t Mean Working Alone

There isn’t a lecture hall that you need to find or a bell when your class is starting, but don’t think for a minute that an asynchronous learning environment means you won’t be working closely with your instructor and your peers from around the world. You are just doing it on your own time, at your own pace.

Don’t Be Trapped By the Semester System

You know the best times for you to study during your day, and you know the best time of year to focus on school, so why should you have to finish your work on somebody else’s schedule?

CSU-Global offers monthly term starts and accelerated 8-week courses so that your ideal course schedule can fit around your other commitments. Additionally, every class is offered every term, so you can earn the credits you need for your degree at your pace, all while choosing the knowledge and skills that most benefit you right now.

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student_carter.jpg"CSU-Global enables you to finish and further your education with a very flexible and workable platform. I am married with a full time job and a toddler at home and I have been able to go back to school so that I can further my professional career and truly achieve my educational dreams."

—Shauna Carter, B.S. in Communication