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You Can Finish College One Year Early

You may be aware that it is taking some full-time college students five or even six years to complete their education. That’s a long time spent on campus and a costly one at that.

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 News Featured

Poll Demonstrates Concern For Collegiate Sports and Academic Balance

A Monmouth University Poll revealed that two-thirds of Americans believe that universities are placing too much emphasis on their sports programs. The poll, conducted by this West Long Branch, New Jersey, university was accomplished just before the first ever Division I college football championship game.

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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.

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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.

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?

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How Does Your College Town Rate?

Choosing the right college or university depends on a number of factors to include: educational offerings, academic rigor, dorm living, campus life and other factors. Another consideration is the community where the institution is located.

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The Colleges With the Friendliest Students

Heading to college is one of the scariest challenges for incoming freshmen. The “great unknown” can strike fear in many hearts, making the transition from home life to college life difficult for not a few students.

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Fitness Ambition and How to Get It

You’re out of shape or simply have fallen behind on your exercise routine. You could offer up all kinds of reasons why you haven’t been exercising, including a busier than usual schedule, changing weather conditions and a general lack of interest.

Career Planning Featured

7 Good Paying Jobs That Only Require an Associate Degree

Not every college-bound student must purse a bachelor’s degree. There are quite a few jobs that require no more than an associate degree and still pay quite well.

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.

Academics Featured

7 Schools for Medical Assistants

Medical assistants are making a big difference for doctors and nurses, by filling in the care gaps for patients.