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HS College Planning Tip: week of Jan 11

Use this month to ready yourself with options to pay for college. The US Department of Education’s FAFSA form will be required for all Federal Aid Programs and many scholarships

NCAA Football

Oregon, Ohio State to Close Out the College Football Season

The first-ever college playoff football championship is set with Oregon and Ohio State registering surprising wins on New Year’s Day.

Campus News Featured

Push to Unionize Adjunct Faculty Gains Steam

Your college instructor may be qualified, capable and enthusiastic, but beneath the surface this individual may be struggling financially. College adjunct faculty members are used to plugging critical holes in academia, yet they often do so at wages that are far lower than what their tenured counterparts earn.

Campus News Featured

Missouri Researchers Tie Physical Activity to Vascular Health

Most people understand that physical inactivity is not good. Indeed, individuals that regularly engage in exercise are in better health than those that do not. Now, researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine have found that even going without exercise for a few days can also adversely affect personal health.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: week of Jan 04

Use January to ready yourself with options to pay for college.

Education Tips Featured

5 Smart Tips for Starting (and Finishing) the Semester Right

How did you do with your classes last semester? Was it a walk in the park? A tough experience? Or somewhere in between?