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College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: week of Nov 30

Your college applications should be sent this month for regular submission. Use your holiday to become familiar with the student financial aid process.

NCAA Football

Regional Rivalries Help Close Out Regular Season

For all the changes in college football, a number of regional rivalries are still in place. Certainly, some of those rivalries are held throughout the season, but quite a few have been saved for the last full week of the regular season.


How to Prepare for Final Exams

The semester is moving by faster than you had anticipated. Soon, your term papers will be due. Also, you’re just weeks away from taking your final exams.

Campus News

ECMC to Purchase Most Corinthian College Campuses

Corinthian Colleges, Inc., has the distinction for being one of the largest post-secondary education companies in the United States. It also has the dubious distinction for participating in allegedly shady practices.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: week of Nov 23

Let’s talk money for college! Jump over to our College Financial Aid Guide to discuss ways you can pay for college.

Career Planning

Laboratory Technician Jobs Are Some of the Most Rewarding

Medical technicians who work in labs, according to most reports, have one of the most rewarding positions available.

Personal Advice

How to Spend Thanksgiving at College

Contrary to what some people think, not all college students are able to get home for Thanksgiving break. Indeed, some colleges hold classes the first two days of the week before giving students off for the rest of the week.

Student Loans

Are Student Loans Worth It? Five Careers That Pay Off

If you’ve been following the news, you’re well aware that student loans are one of the biggest hot-button issues to emerge from this latest election cycle.

Campus News

College Completion Rate Offers Dismal Results

Millions of people begin college each fall, but the completion rate for such students is downright dismal.

FAFSA Form Tips

FAFSA: Apply Early for Financial Assistance

If you are looking to save thousands of dollars on college expenses each year, the first place to start is with your Free Application For Student Aid or FAFSA. By filling out a FAFSA in January, you can get your application in early and you may qualify for financial assistance from the US Department of Education.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: week of Nov 16

Tweet Types of College Costs Your school is required by law to provide you the cost of attendance for an academic year. The cost includes tuition, class fees, books –

NCAA Football

TCU Hopes to Cash in This Weekend

It would be premature to assume that TCU has a leg up in the hunt for one of four college playoff spots.