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Returning to college and finally earning your degree can be achievable and affordable.
A survey finds that 30-percent of college and university students drop out after their first year of school. Life happens: family, career, medical issues – so many life events can take us off track. But you can still make your dreams a reality. Mary Hawkins, Ph.D., President of Bellevue University joins us to tell how achievable it is to put your learning on the fast-track, from the convenience of your own home, with the help of faculty who put their students first. Bellevue University is a pioneer in online learning and over 90-percent of the school’s students earn degrees entirely online. Expert faculties bring real life into every class, preparing students for a rewarding future. Bellevue University is ranked among the best in the nation for being military friendly and affordable. It’s a win-win! Happy learning, everyone!

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On this episode, Beth Troutman tells her story; Christina Nicholson embarks on an adventure to Orlando with her family; and former football player Marc Bouniconti shares his journey.

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Three decades later, Marc Buoniconti, a quadriplegic, visits The Balancing Act to talk about his life, his mission, and his goal to one day walk again.

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The Balancing Act's host Christina Nicholson and her family are embarking on a fun-filled vacation to Orlando, Fla., also known as the "theme park capital of the world."

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