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Why Sports Are Important for Students

Tweet School sports are a major part of many middle schools, high schools, and colleges. While some might worry that they take time away from academics, others argue that they

College Living

You’ll Never See Your Parents and Other Boarding School Myths DEBUNKED

Tweet A big concern of many students when they go off to boarding school is keeping in contact with their family. Some believe that it will be difficult. When you

Personal Advice

What Should You Do With Your Money After You Graduate?

We’re not assuming you’re going to be rich. But even if you have a little bit of income, you can start to leverage it to make the most of your education, and create a better life for yourself.

Campus News

It Is Time to Sing For The Unsung Heroes!

Defining unsung heroes is difficult. The dictionary states that a hero is a person who is appreciated and admire for courage, nobility, compassion and kindness.

Advanced Education Featured

Best Reasons To Earn Your Master of Urban Planning Degree

Many higher educational establishments are offering Master of Urban Planning degrees, but what is a Master of Urban Planning degree? Why should you study for one?

Career Planning

Industry Outlook: Library Science

Tweet If you’re library science or information managment, it is essential to know the different paths you can take . In our latest infographic, you will learn about the different

Career Planning Featured

How Internships Transform into Successful Careers

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

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 Life Featured

Moving To College: How To Make The Move Less Stressful And More Organized

When it’s time to move to college and pursue a higher education, it can be a challenge to pack for the experience and stay organized. For most students, it’s the first time that they’re out on their own and living independently from their parents.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: week of Dec 14

Start collecting financial information about you and your parents in order to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Academics Featured

Diploma Mills and Fake Degrees

A diploma mill is a company offering a college degree for a flat fee in a short amount of time with little or no coursework required. These "schools" are bogus, as are the accreditation organizations which state the schools are legitimate.

College Planning

HS College Planning Tip: week of Dec 08

Consider taking and preparing for the Advanced Placement Exams or CLEP tests, if applicable. This allows you to test out of some college courses that can save you time and money.