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Three Key Ingredients to College Success

Spouse Link
October 17, 2014
Written by Nichole Ahlstrom, faculty member, Foundations of Learning/College 100 in the School of Arts & Humanities at American Public University

When their spouse is away, many military spouses attend college to help start or complete their education and pass the time. Ironically, this can be one of the most stressful and difficult times to do so. Life is full of responsibilities– child care, working, and supporting our active duty spouse —so how can you stay focused on your education when he or she is away?

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