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Term Paper Essentials for College Students

As much as you may wish that you did not have to do them, term papers are a fact of academic life. Simply put, a term paper is a lengthy essay or dissertation, one based on a subject that may or may not be of your liking or choosing.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: for Week of March 29

Review this checklist for items that should be completed at this time in your college planning process.

Education Tips Featured

How to Pull Up Your College Grades (Before it is Too Late)

Your grades are in trouble and if they do not improve, you may find yourself drummed out of college.

Campus News Featured

6 Inspiring Student Stories

There are varying portrayals of university students: some see lazy layabouts with too much time and money on their hands, others know that it is a difficult time in which scholars need to juggle work commitments with studying and some struggle to find any direction while they are at university.

NCAA Basketball

NJIT Basketball Plays Like Champs

You say that you have never heard of the NJIT Highlanders? Likely, that means that you are not much of a men’s college basketball fan.

College Planning Featured

How Many Colleges Are Worth Applying To?

If you’ve researched the best graduate programs in your field, but you still have a lengthy list of options, you may be wondering exactly how many of these programs you actually have to apply for.

Academics Featured

Your College is Not Your Fate!

The pressure to get into a certain college or university is a tremendous one for numerous students. Indeed, some families take extraordinary measures to ensure that their children are accepted by the finest institutions and are promptly enrolled.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: for Week of March 22

Use the summer to raise money you will need for college. Money earned can be used for tuition, housing, transportation and for fun entertainment.

Education Tips Featured

How to Enhance Your Transfer Credentials

You are a community, technical or junior-college student intent on transferring to a four-year school once you get your associate degree. These days, it is much easier to transfer to a four-year college from a two-year program, especially once you have your degree.

Collegiate Sports Featured

Advice for Parents of Student Athletes

It can be a challenge for parents of student athletes to provide the support required to help them succeed in their goals, but most coaches agree that students who go on to play in college need parents who are willing to back them up.

Campus News

Massachusetts Colleges Consider Merging

Much has been made in the news lately about the pending demise of Sweet Briar College in Virginia. Indeed, that all-women college in local Virginia stunned students, faculty and alumnae earlier this month when the administration announced that the school would shutter its doors at the end of this academic year.

NCAA Basketball

Mens’ Basketball Postseason Tournaments: Beyond the NCAA

College basketball is big business for men’s and women’s teams alike. While the women may participate in the NCAA or NIT during the postseason, the men have two additional tournaments to engage in: the College Basketball Invitational and the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament.