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ACC Releases 2015 Football Schedule

Tweet The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) may have just wrapped up its last football season, but enthusiasts know that the buzz never quite ends. Come spring, member schools will be

Career Planning Featured

How Internships Transform into Successful Careers

Certain career paths, especially medical and dental types, are usually complemented with internship opportunities.

Featured Personal Advice

How to Make the Most of a College Snow Day

Your college runs like clockwork, starting and finishing each semester on time and without interruption. Well, usually it does. It just so happens that the most significant storm of the decade is bearing down on your campus.

Campus News Featured

Report: College Grads Coming Up Short in Career Readiness

After spending tens of thousands of dollars in pursuit of a college degree, you might think that today’s graduates are entering the workforce with the skills that employers require.

NCAA Football

NCAA Opens a New Chapter in Conference Autonomy

Conference autonomy has arrived or at least what passes for it. Specifically, the NCAA has allowed the Power 5 conferences — ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac 12 and SEC — to set their own rules.

Featured Personal Advice

How to Overcome Inertia

Inertia — it is that feeling you get when you just don’t want to do much of anything. Some people call it the “blahs” others describe it as a “blue funk” as if a color can adequately those feelings. Then again, if you are in a dark mood, then you know what I am talking about.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: week of Jan 18

The US Department of Education’s FAFSA form will be required for all Federal Aid Programs and many scholarships. It is used by colleges to determine your financial aid eligibility.

Campus News

Free Tuition and Community Colleges

Earlier this month, President Obama called on Congress to support an education initiative that would provide free college tuition at two-year schools, namely community and technical colleges. The initiative is loosely based on the “Tennessee Promise” model adopted by the Volunteer State.

Education Tips Featured

You Can Finish College One Year Early

You may be aware that it is taking some full-time college students five or even six years to complete their education. That’s a long time spent on campus and a costly one at that.

Advanced Education Featured

Is an Entrepreneurship MBA Program Right for You?

The number of students going to business school increases by a small amount ever year. While you might think that you don’t need an MBA because you want to open and run your own business instead of working for someone else, an MBA might help you launch that company.

Campus News Featured

Poll Demonstrates Concern For Collegiate Sports and Academic Balance

A Monmouth University Poll revealed that two-thirds of Americans believe that universities are placing too much emphasis on their sports programs. The poll, conducted by this West Long Branch, New Jersey, university was accomplished just before the first ever Division I college football championship game.