Thomas Edison State College Wins Praise in New York Times

Barry Lenson

At StraighterLine, we already know that Thomas Edison State College is a terrific college that offers great courses and exceptional value. That’s why Thomas Edison is one of StraighterLine’s Partner Colleges.

Now, our “open secret” isn’t a secret anymore, because more and ambitious students are discovering Thomas Edison State College and the unique educational value it represents. And just this week, Thomas Edison was extensively profiled in “Adults Are Flocking to College That Paved Way for Flexibility,” an article by Tamar Lewin in The New York Times on February 24th.

The article profiles several students who have obtained degrees from Thomas Edison, despite their busy lives and professions. One of them, Pilar Mercedes Foy, was able to earn her college degree without racking up any debt whatsoever. Another student, David Esterson, earned his undergraduate degree from Thomas Edison and is now enrolled in graduate programs at both Cornell and Northeastern.

Those are only a few of the success stories about students Thomas Edison. We could tell you more. But the question is, why don’t you write your own success story by becoming a student at this outstanding and flexible college?

Here are some pages that provide additional information on how to transfer college credit from StraighterLine to Thomas Edison State College and start your studies there:

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