Adult Degrees

You Are Never Too Old to be a College Freshman

By Tracey Sheetz Bartos, MBA

We love our kids and will do anything for them. And yet, the cost of raising a child is up nearly 40% from 10 years ago, according to the Department of Agriculture.  For one-child single parent households, the Department reports that raising a child from ages 2-17 can cost from $9,710 to $11,440. As a single mother of two I feel the pressures of raising my children in these trying economic times. There are, however, some resources today that are designed to help parents like us feel some relief. As the director of graduate and adult studies at Seton Hill, I’ve become familiar with one such resource: the university’s Center for Orthodontics. My son is now one of their patients, and we are thrilled with the excellent service, friendly doctors and staff, and quality treatment that we have received.  Read more…

 

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