About Allison Freeland

Allie Freeland is the Editor-in-Chief of CollegeOnline.org. She has been a professional writer for a decade and received her bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Minnesota. She brings a wealth of information about higher education, online degrees, college life, and career advice. Follow her on G+.

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About Allison Freeland

Allie Freeland is the Editor-in-Chief of CollegeOnline.org. She has been a professional writer for a decade and received her bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Minnesota. She brings a wealth of information about higher education, online degrees, college life, and career advice. Follow her on G+.

Professor Interview: Spotlight on Soma Jurgensen

We had the opportunity to connect with Soma Jurgensen, the Chair of the School of Business at Rasmussen College in Brooklyn Park. In her position, she works to fostering the health and growth of the business program and the students. She has worked in higher education for nearly a decade. Prior to teaching, she worked at General Mills and other notable business organizations. Continue reading

Online College Videos: YouTube Roundup

Sometimes you just have to get a visual or first-hand account of something to get a flavor of what it’s all about. This is no different in online college. There are many unknowns or open questions you may have, but once you get a first-hand look for what online college is all about then those may hesitations drift away.

We’ve compiled our favorite online college videos from YouTube to inform, inspire, and educate students about eLearning and online degrees. Check out our top online college videos here: Continue reading

What Does College Mean to You?: Answer and Win a $1,000 Scholarship

College students listen up! We know that college can get costly, so we want to help you achieve your educational and career goals. Which is why we at CollegeOnline.org are offering a $1,000 scholarship.

Submit your interpretation of the meaning of college and education through an infographic, essay, poem, video, or illustration; basically any creative way to showcase your skills and answers the question, “ What does college mean to you?” Continue reading

Student Spotlight: Online Master’s Student Katy Katz

We had the chance to interview Katy Katz, online master’s degree student at Benedictine University. Katy Katz completed her undergraduate degree in Business at the University of Minnesota, and decided to go back to school to advance her knowledge in a specific area of business. Read more on her path as an online student here… Continue reading