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How to Tackle a Lengthy Report With Little Time to Spare

Your big report is due next week and you haven’t even started it. Your professor approved the title, but that is as far as you have gone.

College Budgeting Featured

Tips for Uni Life after Fresher’s Week is Over

Fresher’s week is one of the most exciting weeks in a student’s whole life, let alone the three years they spend at uni.

Featured Personal Advice

What You Need to Know About College Graduation Announcements

Graduating from college is a big deal — for you, for your parents as well as for your extended family and friends. Many people probably know that you’re about to graduate, but without a formal announcement they may miss that information.

Campus News Featured

College: Are You Getting What You Pay For?

You invest thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars in to your child’s education, but are you getting a good return on that investment? That’s a reasonable question to ask, one that the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) has sought to answer.

Career Planning Featured

Career Choice: Solar Energy Systems Engineers

Solar energy is cheap, plentiful and widely available — with the right equipment. And that is where solar energy systems engineers come in.

Academics Featured

Summer College Courses: What to Consider

You’ve seen them around for a while: summer college course books that are pushing classes that begin as early as May and end as late as August.

Education Tips Featured

College: What if You’re Just Not Sure?

Not every high school is college bound and that is a given. However, out of those that think that they will be going to college, there may still be some hesitation.

Campus News Featured

College Degree Attainment Remains Low Among Latinos

College degree attainment is considered by many as an indicator of a society’s performance.

College Living Featured

Meal Plans and the College Student

Eating right or even eating at all should never be taken for granted. For college students, the cost of tuition, fees, books, room and board, and related expenses can put a crimp on their finances, causing “food insecurity” for some.

Collegiate Sports

AAC Gets the Last Laugh

The American Athletic Conference (AAC) has been the butt of jokes since its formation, what followed the separation of the non-Catholic schools from the Big East Conference and the addition of several new schools from Conference USA.

Education Tips Featured

Are You Ready for National Decision Day?

Have you made your college decision yet? For high school seniors, the time for choosing a college is slipping by.

Featured Personal Advice

Dorm Living: What to Bring With You to College

As you prepare to leave for college for the first time, you’ll need to make a list of what to bring with you. And that list needs to be comprehensive to include everything from your personal effects to furniture.