Life is unpredictable. Tammylynn Rodriguez, BBA ’17, can attest to that.
Rodriguez initially enrolled at Temple University’s Fox School of Business to earn a traditional, on-campus Bachelor of Business Administration degree. And despite a fire in her family home and maintaining full-time employment, she wasn’t willing to put her dreams on hold.
“(Fox’s program) really allowed me to be myself,” said Rodriguez, who addressed fellow students during her undergraduate commencement ceremony in May.
Is there an appropriate time for students like Rodriguez to transfer into an online degree program?
U.S. News & World Report asked that question and spoke with Rodriguez, who’s now a Fox Online MBA student. U.S. News also reached out to Elvita Quiñones, who often counsels Fox students making their academic transition through the school’s Center for Undergraduate Advising.
Learn more about Rodriguez, and the Fox Online MBA and Online BBA programs by reading the full story at usnews.com.