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How to Graduate from College without Student Loan Debt

Tweet By Kimberly Reynolds Two-thirds of college seniors graduated with loans in 2010 and carried an average of $25,250 in debt. Although these facts are alarming, keep in mind that

Campus News

Bachelor Degree Achievement Tops 30 Percent

Tweet Percentage of college-educated Americans reaches new high. This news comes from the U.S. Census Bureau in its report, “Educational Attainment in the United States: 2011,” that was released last

Campus News

How Obamacare Affects Students

Tweet By Tiffany Wallace Although college students often don’t think about health care, they should pay attention to Obamacare, as many of the changes affect them both positively and negatively.

Campus News Scholarships

February 2012 College Scholarship News

Tweet The college scholarship application season is in full swing with some deadlines having passed, others approaching and still others extended. We’ve been going through our current list of scholarships

Personal Advice

5 Creative Ways to Make Money

Tweet Extra cash for cash-strapped college students. College students will often turn to work as a way to bring in some income. However, if your schedule is full, you may


LIFE Foundation Announces 2012 Scholarship Program

Tweet LIFE Lessons Scholarship Program is now in its eighth year. In many cases the children of a deceased parent are at a financial disadvantage, especially when it comes to

NCAA Football

College Football Teams Scramble to Fill Schedule Holes

Tweet WVU exit creates numerous scheduling headaches. University officials strongly felt that any delay in the schools exit to the Big 12 Conference would be more harmful than the $11

Campus News

Colleges, Universities Raked in Donations in 2011

Tweet Survey reveals an 8.2 percent increase in gifts last year. Adjusted for inflation the increase was 4.8 percent, according to the annual Voluntary Support of Education survey conducted by


March 2012 College Scholarship Deadlines Loom

Tweet 1. Are you qualified? Not every college scholarship is geared to help every student. Some are for students who have declared a specific measure. Others target students based on

Campus News

White House Pushes Blueprint to Train Workers Through Community Colleges

Tweet Obama administration envisions 2 million students receiving education to fill positions within high-demand industries. That plan was unveiled by the president at Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale, Virginia,

NCAA Football

West Virginia’s Big East Exit is a Winner for all Involved

Tweet College sports and the money trail. hich is exactly why West Virginia’s $20 million early exit fee from the Big East Conference will prove to be chump change in

Campus News

Are College Speech Codes Muzzling Your Voice?

Tweet Nonprofit organization seeks to help you uphold your civil rights. But, dialogue shouldn’t be muzzled to avoid offending people at the expense of your civil liberties. Subtly, some colleges