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College Gift Basket Ideas and Tips

Your son or daughter has been away from home for weeks, perhaps months, and you miss his or her presence. Chances are your offspring misses you too, and is looking forward to seeing everyone when a break is possible.

Career Planning

Choosing the Right Degree (Infographic)

Tweet An informative infographic on choosing the right graduate program (and career), whether it is your first or your third. A great look on what may be your future. We

NCAA Football

College Football Highlights and Lowlights So Far

Tweet We are now four weeks into the 2013 college football season and there are still 18 ranked teams that have yet to lose a game. The top three teams

Education Tips

How to Successfully Navigate the College Application Process

September is the first full month of education for most high school students with many seniors understanding that this is the last year that they will see some of their friends.

Campus News

NACAC Takes Issue With US News College Rankings

US News & World Report has long published its own college ranking system, a much referenced if not controversial way to rate colleges and universities.

Advanced Education

College Instructor Teaching Requirements

While colleges and universities employ full, assistant and associate professors, many schools augment their faculty with part-time or adjunct individuals.

NCAA Football

Alabama Sits in the Driver’s Seat

Tweet Alabama remains the top team in the nation, vanquishing Texas A&M last Saturday and revenging its only loss in 2012. The Crimson Tide were not able to shut down

Fun News

What Defines a Nontraditional College Student?

Not all college students arrive on campus immediately following high school. Some students serve in the military, complete their religious training, start a family or hit the workplace before enrolling in college.

Career Planning

Career Choice: Hydrologists

Clean and abundant water is essential to the maintenance of any society as governments have risen and fallen where water issues have played in. Humans may be able to last weeks without food, but without water death can take place in as little as 48 hours.

Campus News

Financial Woes May Shut Down Some Colleges Report Says

Higher education may soon face a dramatic change with some colleges and universities shutting down due to funding issues.

College Search

Crisis in Colleges: Where Are the Students?

Tweet An informative infographic displaying the decline in college enrollment and the reasons behind the decline. A great take on the future of higher education. We welcome your comments on

NCAA Football

College Football RoundUp and Forecast: Week Three

Tweet We are two weeks into the college football season and are not yet seeing much in the way of huge surprises. Then again, that a top ACC team has