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University Innovation Alliance to Help Disadvantaged Students Graduate

Enrolling in college does not mean that all students will graduate. Far from it. Indeed, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, the graduation rate for first-time, full-time undergraduate students is just 59 percent.

Career Planning Featured

Study Online for Your MBA

Deciding to continue your education in order to further your career is a serious decision, and one that requires careful consideration of all areas of your life – most critically your finances, and your personal life.

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College Worth: The Experts Weigh In

A generation ago, if you attended college and walked away with a bachelor’s degree, there was a good chance that a job offer and a career path were awaiting you.

Advanced Education Featured

Why Getting an MBA Online Will Benefit Your Future

A Master of Business Administration, or MBA, is a graduate degree program offered by business schools. Students who wish to enroll in a MBA program will need an undergraduate bachelor’s degree and meet other admissions requirements that will vary business school to business school.

Featured Personal Advice

Yawn: Sleep Better While at College

A few weeks into the semester and you may notice that you’re feeling tired and staying that way most days. Unless you have an illness, such as mononucleosis, your fatigue may be attributed to your schedule: late nights, early mornings and raucous weekends.

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First Year College Student: After the Euphoria Dies

The weeks leading up to your freshman orientation were filled with excitement. At orientation, you got a good feel for the school, met your roommate and began to make new friends.

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Will Game Day Beer Sales Become the Norm?

Attend most any college football game and the one thing you won’t be able to buy at the concession stand is beer. At least not in the majority of stadiums.

Advanced Education Featured

Aiming For the Top — The Merits of Higher Education

An education is many things. One of them is, of course, an investment in the future.

College Living Featured

The Pros and Cons of Dorm Life

You are heading off to college and will soon encounter a familiar environment: West Hall, the dorm building you have lived in for the past two years.

Education Tips Featured

Get Ready For Freshman Orientation

Your shopping is done and your bags are nearly packed. In a matter of days you will take to the road and head off to college.

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College Swag: Where Does Your School Come In?

Sports apparel is big business. Professional sports teams have known this for decades, but colleges are not far behind.

College Living Featured

Fresh Fruit Care Package for Your College Student

Sending a child off to college is an emotional time for any parent. Saying good-bye is bittersweet. It represents the next stage in a child’s emotional and intellectual growth and a child’s burgeoning independence.