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For-Profit Colleges Are Enjoying Explosive Growth

Tweet But, are students paying the price? Several smaller, private colleges including Dana College in Nebraska have closed its doors in recent years, victims of runaway expenditures and declining student

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Paypal Founder Pays Kids to Quit College

Tweet There are students who possess an innovative idea, one that they want to see come to fruition, except that college is currently standing in the way. Twenty Under Twenty

Campus News Collegiate Sports NCAA Football

Should the Big East Pursue Army & Navy?

Tweet College sports, particularly football, is in transition. Beginning on July 1, the University of Nebraska will move to the Big Ten Conference. This move follows other changes which includes

Campus News Collegiate Sports NCAA Football

Poor Academic Performance Results in NCAA Penalties for 103 Schools

Tweet Success on the basketball court or football gridiron isn’t exclusive of academic prowess. The NCAA, the regulating body for college athletics, requires member schools to meet certain academic minimums

Campus News

Georgetown Study: Pay Scale of the College Majors

Tweet The Economic Value of College Majors,” reveals that the pay scales of college majors ranges from $29,000 for counseling majors to $120,000 for petroleum engineering majors. This first of

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For-Profit Alpine College Shuts Its Doors

Tweet Students attending a Spokane, Wash. for-profit college learned on Monday that the school had suddenly closed its doors. A notice posted on its front door was the only notification

Career Planning

7 Hot Jobs & Careers for College Grads

Tweet Not everyone wants to relocate to an unfamiliar environment, preferring to stay near family members and friends. Instead of chasing a job, they’re chasing a career path including at

Campus News

2011 Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest Winners Announced

Tweet Humanity contest recipients announced. Jonathan Calloway, East Tennessee State University, Class of 2011, has been chosen as the first place winner of the “2011 Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics”

Academics Career Planning

Accounting Association Notes Strong Demand for Accounting Grads

Tweet Demand for Accountants One group of recent grads won’t have much trouble finding work this year. That’s because demand for accounting grads is strong according to a report issued

Campus Life Technology

An Overview of the iPad 2

Tweet The iPad 2 is the second generation of ipad tablet computers whose origin is from the giant computer company called Apple. This new iPad primarily differs from its predecessor

Fun News Social Networking

5 Twitter Tips to Enhance Your Experience

Tweet By Jeremy K. Armstrong Twitter is one of the most popular social networking websites, with tens of millions of people using it to advertise their businesses and for linking

Campus News College Training

Colleges Fail to Teach Entrepreneurial Skills Poll Finds

Tweet That May 2011 released survey, which focused upon entrepreneurism and education, noted that traditional teaching methods don’t equip students to launch start-up operations later on. Formidable Global Competition Small