My DH Mike spoke with his advisor yesterday about his school plan. He has about 60 hours left, which will work out to approximately 3 years at the rate he's going. He would be farther, but he had quite a few credits (like 20!) that didn't transfer when he left his community college. It's kind of annoying, but what can ya do?
His GPA is a 3.4 and I'm so proud. His advisor said he was going at a good rate for someone with a full time job (and a family) and she recommended he continue at the same pace.
He has also knocked out most of his advanced classes, so the credits left are easier ones - a physical science, a humanities, and so on. No more upper level history, which is great because those classes require like 10 books per class per semester.
And he can hopefully test out of up to 12 hours of Spanish within the next year since he's been working on Rosetta Stone. Depending on that, we could shave off at least a semester!
She also told him about a dependent scholarship for students with children in daycare. How am I just now finding out about this?! I've searched the website many times looking for applicable scholarships. Lame. But hopefully we can get in on that ASAP.
So in 3 years, Mike will be walking across the stage with a double major in history and education, a teaching degree, and a bright future. : D
Wife to Mike
Mommy to Mitchell and Brody