debate as academics and the wider public attempt to make sense of the university system we now have. I ioly @slimshady007 I guess I disagree. You actually used your time there wisely. (Who needs classes, learning, and a verified degree from one of the worlds best schools, when we can get the same piece of paper in a few days time, for 650?). Exploring opportunities to take classes online can allow you the flexibility to have internships and part-time employment. I know when I decide to go back into the world of working that piece of paper might be the deciding factor on a well paying job compared to an "ok" job.
What novelty application could one possibly have for a transcript, you ask? N, nicki_Beezy @ioly, business Administration and a minor in Communications. I've never used my degree as far as a career, but I am still glad I went to college. And when the job interview question Did you go to university? You can even select your own GPA. C Christie_MegansMom @ioly *like* I worked SO hard. . Participate in activities that build transferable skills.
If students have unrealistic expectations about education they need more education not less. On your resume, but what else do you have that will impress?