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Personal Advice

More College Students Living At Home

Tweet The number of students living at home while attending college is on the rise, which shouldn’t be much of a surprise considering the current state of the economy. What

Campus News

Are Community Colleges The Way Of The Future?

Tweet Jill Biden, wife of US vice-president Joe Biden, making her unofficially the “second lady” made some telling remarks about higher education while in Europe earlier this month. Specifically, Mrs.

Online Education

Online Education: Walden University

Tweet Founded in 1970 as a Florida institution offering doctoral degrees to working adults, Walden University is one of the earlier pioneers in distant learning. In the early 1980s, the


Teaching Scholarships And Grants For Students

Tweet The teaching profession has experienced some temporary setbacks recently due to the economy, but as federal funding increases and the number of positions grows, the profession could very well


Engineering Scholarships and Grants For Students

Tweet The National Society of Professional Engineers has what I believe to be the best description of what engineers do in this statement: “Engineers are concerned with developing economical and

Education Tips

Rising HS Juniors Can Prepare For College Now

Tweet With two years left of high school, rising juniors may think that they have all of the time in the world to prepare for college. But your junior year


Nursing Scholarships and Grants For Students

Tweet An ongoing shortage of nurses means that hospitals, clinics and private practices are thrilled whenever qualified students choose this all-important profession. As America ages the demand for nurses will

Education Tips

Can’t Afford College? Think Again!

Tweet If you follow the news, then you have probably have been reading some very scary stuff recently as pertaining to you being able to afford college. Most certainly, college

Online Education

Online Education: Western Governors University

Tweet The following is one in an ongoing series of articles exploring the various online educational opportunities available for today’s college students. Unlike many of the larger online for-profit universities,

Collegiate Sports

FIU Picks Football Team Over Cheerleaders

Tweet Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, like so many colleges and universities these days, has been experiencing financial difficulties. As part of their plan to reign in costs, the

Campus News

New Hampshire Approves First Ever History Only College

Tweet The American College of History and Legal Studies (ACHLS) has gained approval from the state of New Hampshire to open its doors in August 2010 becoming the first ever

Campus News

BYU Lifts Three Year YouTube Ban

Tweet Brigham Young University, the button-down buttoned-down Mormon school based in Provo, Utah recently lifted its ban on YouTube, the video file sharing site that includes almost everything posted to