Hard-Earned Ultra-Marathon Lessons Are Not Left at the Finish Line
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Hard-Earned Ultra-Marathon Lessons Are Not Left at the Finish Line

Emma Hart is a first-year Adler University student pursuing a master’s degree in counseling with a specialization in sport and health psychology. She recently reflected on her journey training for, and completing an ultra-marathon. Goal setting and decision-making are two vital mental skills; both in sport, and in life. After I decided to run a 100-kilometer … Continue reading »

Making ‘Cents’ of Financial Aid: FAQs About Deferring Student Loans
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Making ‘Cents’ of Financial Aid: FAQs About Deferring Student Loans

David Nelson is Adler University’s director of financial aid. His office helps students understand options for financing their education, such as student loans, and offers counselors for both phone and in-person consultations. In the Office of Financial Aid, we are all too familiar with the confusion, challenges and time commitments facing students who are trying … Continue reading »

Five Tips on Preparing for the Graduate Admission Interview
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Five Tips on Preparing for the Graduate Admission Interview

Here at Adler University in Chicago, prospective students have been on the phone and exchanging emails with our Admissions counselors about their applications and Interview Days. What is Interview Day? It’s a day that prospective students visit campus to meet with current students, Financial Aid staff, and other faculty and staff to get questions answered. Each applicant also takes … Continue reading »