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College Planning

Keep In Mind These Thoughts on College Planning

As a person who has worked in higher education at a private college for 12 years, I have seen many misconceptions that students have about college, whether it be the high school student graduating and heading to college or the adult that is wanting to go back to school.

Study Tips

The Best Approach to Surviving College Summer School

Who in their right mind would voluntarily take summer classes? Notably, some of your classmates and hundreds of thousands of other college students across the nation would.

Study Tips

New Study Habits for the New Year

Are you satisfied with your academic progress? Specifically, are your grades where you want them to be? Let’s face it: students with a high grade point average (GPA) stand a better chance of landing a job or receiving grad school acceptance than those with average scores.

Online Education

Should You Take Online College Courses?

Students seeking to advance their education have numerous options available to them including public and private colleges and universities, two-year programs and online schools.

Advanced Education

AP Credit and Your University

Tweet These courses come from across the academic spectrum and include Environmental Science, Psychology, Latin, Microeconomics and Chinese Language and Culture. Many US colleges and universities accept AP credits enabling


How to Improve Your Grade Point Average

Tweet Still, even if you are nearing the end of your undergraduate studies there are ways you can improve your GPA effectively. 1. Repeat the course. That “D” grade you


How to Take an Online College Class

Tweet Not every student may want to take an online class, but if this is of interest to you, the following can help you find classes and perhaps a course

Personal Advice

Raise Your GPA With Summer College Courses

Tweet Your GPA may only rise slightly if you’re near the end of your college tenure, but it can enjoy a significant boost if you’re still a freshman. Read on


5 Financial Classes to Take to Prepare You for the Real World

Tweet By George Gallagher These are not your basic home economics courses that teach cooking skills, but rather true financial planning courses you will benefit from no matter what degree


How to Pick Your College Major

Tweet Freshmen students have it so easy. At most schools, majors don’t have to be declared until at least the sophomore year. That gives incoming students the chance to get