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21 Free Online Courses From Hillsdale College

Abigail Endsley
Abigail Endsley

December 08, 2018

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Free online courses

At Unbound, we know continuing your education doesn’t have to be done in a classroom. It can be done in your home, on your lunch break, or even in the car, on your way to pick up your little sister from band practice.

But what if you’re not currently in college, or don’t have plans to enroll anytime soon? Should that be an excuse to stop learning?

Absolutely not.

Learning is about more than earning a degree, it’s about expanding your mind. And it’s a process that we believe should continue throughout one’s entire life. Fortunately, the internet is making that easier than ever.

Recently, we discovered an amazing resource offered for free by Hillsdale College. Turns out they’ve got 21 online courses you can take any time, anywhere.

About the Courses

Each of these 21 courses is delivered in video form, including several lectures on the topic. Since they aren’t graded and there’s no homework involved, these courses won’t count as credit toward a bachelor’s degree.

However, they might be a great additional study resource for lifetime students, or students who are utilizing alternative forms of credit (like CLEP or self-paced, online courses), wherein you’re required to find your own study materials or teach yourself.

In either case, these fabulous courses have the power to transform your daily commute into an educational dive into a topic you otherwise never would have touched. And we think that’s a good enough reason for taking advantage of them.

How to Get Started

Simply follow this link and choose a topic that looks interesting. Then pop in some earbuds and start learning!

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Abigail Endsley
Abigail Endsley

A former student counselor and Unbound student, Abigail is passionate about empowering others to achieve their goals. When she’s not dreaming with her friends, you can find her reading or singing Broadway songs. Loudly.

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