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Should Colleges Start Reducing Tuition?

Tweet There are three expenses in life which never seem to go down, only up. They are: taxes, health insurance and college tuition. There are probably a number of other

Campus News

Save Money By Getting Your Degree In 3 Years?

Tweet And Use The Savings To Buy A New Car! There is a trend in higher education emerging, one that could save families tens of thousands of dollars in tuition.

College Budgeting Personal Advice

You Can Keep Related Costs Under Control At College

Tweet It has been said that it is the little things in life that can make a big difference in the way that we live our lives. True, while attending

Academics Campus News

Should Non Business Majors Seek Business Immersion?

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Collegiate Sports NCAA Basketball

Last Ten — Say Again?

Tweet Men’s college basketball, particularly on the Division 1 level is a peculiar beast with 360 teams playing at that level. At the end of the season, each squad with

Personal Advice

COBRA Change May Help Certain College Students

Tweet People who have been laid off from their jobs and have decided to return to college should be aware that a certain provision in the recently signed $787 billion

Campus News

Big Push In Pennsylvania To Offer Tuition Relief

Tweet Governor Rendell Takes A Stand Against Rising College Tuition Rates Without a doubt, these are the most challenging times our nation has faced in at least a generation. And,

Campus Cars

Cash For Clunkers? Good Riddance!

Tweet President Obama quickly signed into law what is billed as “The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act” a $787 billion package which he hopes will help stimulate the economy. That

Academics

Are Public Ivies Really Worth It?

Tweet The term “public ivy” was coined by Richard Moll in his 1985 book, “Public Ivys: A Guide to America’s best public undergraduate colleges and universities,” wherein he recognized that

Finance

529 Plans May Benefit From Pork Package

Tweet Forgive me if I don’t sound too excited by the passage of the poorly name stimulus package. The bill has enough pork in it to marry a pig, never

College Budgeting Personal Advice

Michigan Researcher Finds Benefits In Valentine Foods

Tweet College students are often singled out for their poor eating habits with some researchers warning that the habits formed over their campus years may stay with them for life.

Campus Cars

Kia Forte Offers Smart Styling, Cool Price

Tweet At this week’s Chicago Auto Show, Kia Motors rolled out their latest offering, a five passenger compact sedan called the Forte. Replacing its best selling car, the bland Spectra,