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Federal Government Hits Corinthian Colleges With Enormous Fine

Tweet For-profit colleges and universities remain under the watchful eye of the U.S. Department of Education, a federal entity established in 1979 under President Jimmy Carter. This cabinet-level department of

Campus News

Colgate Faculty Take the High Road With Yik Yak

Tweet The anonymity of the social media platform Yik Yak attracts its share of users, including people that make unkind remarks or much worse. As the fall semester comes to

Featured Online Education

How to Succeed Taking Online Courses

You’ve finally decided to take an online course, perhaps supplementing your regular on-campus courses with one that you can complete at your own pace.

Personal Advice

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.

College Living

What Changes Students Will Face While Attending College

Your academic pursuits represent the cornerstone of what college will mean to you. Though very important, academics isn’t the only thing that will shape your college experience — you and the people you know will also change and in ways you might not have considered previously.

Academics

Short-Term Goals for Community College Students

As you begin your community college experience, you may find that the campus environment has some similarities to high school, with some stark differences too.

Scholarships

College Scholarships in the Unlikeliest Places

Fall is a very good time to apply for college scholarships, a season when high school seniors may be absorbed with filling out college applications, writing essays and gathering references.

Campus News

Focused College Freshmen Have Their Careers In Mind

Tweet The UCLA survey, conducted annually, is administered by that university’s Higher Education Research Institute, part of its Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. Economic Influence The current survey

Online Education

Does Online Education Have Its Limits?

Tweet There are some limits to online education, something that prospective students should weigh when looking at this option. Face to Face Time Students that crave in-person contact with other

Personal Advice

12 Foundational Tips for College Freshmen

Tweet You can and will succeed at college if you want to. How is college working out for you? If you’re new to the college scene, that is you’re a

Career Planning

The Average Salary of Elementary Education Teachers

Tweet Where the jobs are! As of 2010, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states that 1.66 million people are employed as kindergarten and elementary school teachers. Moreover, the job

Personal Advice

How to Make the Most of College Freshman Orientation

Tweet Your first week at college. Your college friends will include people in your dorm, but take advantage of your college freshman orientation to meet more people and to enjoy