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This Nittany Lion Is A Real Nitwit!

He is either a risky entreprenuer, an unwise student, or both, but one thing that an unnamed Penn State student is, is busted. According to the Daily Collegian, the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office

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SayStudent, Refreshed and Overhauled

As part of the nBuy Associates network of websites, SayCampusLife is associated with several other websites including SayStudent, an online destination dedicated to helping students and their families find financial aid. Just as

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Small Colleges Feeling Pressure To Reduce Tuition

Last month, SayCampusLife made mention of the initiative some colleges and universities are undertaking to reduce tuition for their students. Specifically, several upper echelon schools with annual education costs topping

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Advance Your Career “SPOTLIGHT”

Go Back to School … and try something entirely new Things can change as you get older. You can lose your job, be downgraded in a company takeover, or completely lose

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University of Phoenix Owners Must Pay Damages

No sooner had I posted the article yesterday about the University of Phoenix, did I see a news story stating that the owner of the school, the Apollo Group Inc. had fraudulently misled investors. A federal court ordered the group to repay shareholders about $280 million in damages.

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Is the University of Phoenix a Rip Off?

With more than 400,000 actively enrolled students, the State University of New York is the nation’s largest university system, beating out California State University by a few thousand students. Each

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Filing Your FAFSA Form

So What’s This Talk about the FAFSA Form We reviewed the key elements of the FAFSA form in our previous posting.  Briefly, the FAFSA form is a U.S. Department of

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What Are The Best Values In Higher Education?

College costs continue to surge, rising at a pace that is at least twice the rate of inflation. At some private universities the cost of tuition, room, board, books and

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A Playoff System For Major College Football?

The bowl games are over (all 32 of them) ending what some have called the most turbulent year in memory. Starting with Michigan’s stunning loss to Appalachian State and ending

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College Newspapers: A Dying Breed?

Today’s students prefer to read what they want online.  Way back during the days when I attended college, the student newspaper was a hot mover. Everyone knew where they could

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Leaving School When The Offer Is Too Good To Stay

When you began college, did you fully expect to finish school with at least a bachelor’s degree? Lots of students pursue higher education expecting to complete what they started, but

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Illinois Students Attend School Virtually

Not every student has to get up early in the morning, throw on a pair of jeans, stop by Dunkin Donuts for a cup of joe and a sausage omelet