Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Why Ball State University is seeing more adult, part-time grad students - Seth Slabaugh, Muncie Star Press

The university says it has seen 69% growth over the past five years in the number of students taking all of their classes online. "The most important thing to take from this … is we know that the majority of our growth in online programs are part-time, adult students at the graduate level," Trudi Weyermann, assistant provost for learning initiatives, told the university's board of trustees recently.