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Washington D.C. #CapellaGrad

March 12, 2015

Today’s guest post is from Rachel Nauen, a member of our communications team here at Capella. I was lucky to be able to attend our 28th commencement ceremony in D.C. last weekend. It was so inspiring to talk to graduates and … Continue reading

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(PODCAST) Career Services at Capella, A Conversation with Melody Kruzic

March 6, 2015

Capella University provides an array of career services for learners and alumni, including resume help, resources and tips about developing in your career, and an amazing team of career counselors. I recently spoke with Melody Kruzic, a senior career counselor … Continue reading

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Student Tips for Competency-based Education

March 3, 2015

U.S. News and World Report published an article today about competency-based education and four factors prospective students should take into account before enrolling in a program. Both John Scafide, a recent FlexPath graduate, and Kim Pearce, Capella’s academic quality analytics and accreditation … Continue reading

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Countdown to commencement in D.C.

March 2, 2015

Next weekend we will be hosting our 28th commencement in Washington, D.C. at the Washington, D.C. Hilton hotel. Like I’ve said in previous blog posts about commencement – speaking with graduates and hearing their stories is one of the best parts of my … Continue reading

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(PODCAST) Jacob Sullivan: Advice on succeeding in the FlexPath program

February 25, 2015

In my latest podcast, I speak with another FlexPath learner, Jacob Sullivan. Jacob recently graduated with his bachelor’s in in business administration through our FlexPath program and is walking at our commencement in a week and a half. He is also currently … Continue reading

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