College courses are taken on Study.com and then transferred to an accredited partner university where participants complete their final requirements online.
The Working Scholars degree path is about 1/10th the cost of traditional college. It's so affordable, many organizations are able to fund the entire program utilizing existing college assistance programs, so there is typically little to no costs for participants.
With 5-minute lessons and a convenient mobile app, even the busiest working adults can find time to earn their degree.
Working Scholars coaches are there for support every step of the way, providing motivation, help with enrollment, degree planning, transfer assistance and academic support.
Students take most of their course work (up to 75%) on Study.com and then transfer to a graduating university. We have partnered with universities to ensure the lowest overall cost and ease of transferring.
Our expert team of coaches proactively works with each individual student to help identify education goals, review transcripts of previous college credit and create a personalized degree plan.
Pacing is flexible in order to fit any working adult's lifestyle
Sunnyvale Working Scholars, BA in Business
"I'm just so thankful for the opportunity to be able to have my degree and also just to be that role model for my daughter that at any point in your life you can go back and get your degree."Read Alicia's Full story
Mountain View Working Scholars, BA in Business
"I have a really good work ethic, but in today's economy, work ethic isn't enough. This opportunity came up and I jumped on it as quickly as I could."Read Salvador's Full story
East Palo Alto Working Scholars, BA in Business
"I decided to become a Working Scholar because I always knew I wanted to get my bachelor's degree, but after investing in my children it was not something that was affordable to me."Read Lisa's Full story