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Advanced Education

What You Should Know When Pursuing a University Degree

Tweet Benefits Of Having A University Degree Many benefits come with having a university degree. Some of these advantages include: More money This is a no-brainer. According to the state

College Search

Transferring From Community College to a University – Pros and Cons

Almost one half of undergraduate students attend community colleges in the USA – this is according to data from the American Association of Community Colleges.

College Planning

7 College Wait List Strategies

You have just learned that you are in the equivalent of college purgatory. In other words, you have been wait listed by your top college choice.

Education Tips

How to Handle College Rejection

You have applied to the college of your dreams and have just received the dreaded thin envelope from the admissions office. Had the letter been thick, you would have received congratulations along with your financial aid forms.

Campus News

College Rating System by the Numbers

Soon, your college will be rated by the Education Department, providing a way for current and future students to determine if that school and others like it are providing a level of education that they need and at a price they can afford.

Campus News

Key Indications Your College is in Trouble

Earlier this month SayCampusLife reported that a small college in New Hampshire suddenly canceled classes just before the start of the current academic year.


Failed Class: Now What?!

Failure can be devastating especially when it involves a failed college grade.

Personal Advice

College Evaluation: Which One is Right for Me?

It happens so often: a high school student narrows down his or her college choice list to just two schools, but is unable to make a final decision. Time is of the essence, both colleges have accepted you, and you want to make your decision so that your final months while at high school are memorable and enjoyable.

Personal Advice

Student Legal Services and the College Student

Let’s face it: there may come a time while you are enrolled in college that you run into some sort of legal trouble. Your parents may not be in a position to help you out and hiring an attorney on your own can be prohibitive.


The Good & the Bad of Intersession Courses

As colleges and universities wrap up the fall semester, the spring semester will kick in about four to six weeks later. During that lull, some institutions offer winter or “intersession” classes.

Campus News

Study Reveals That Student Housing Proximity Matters

Not every college student wants to live where rents are the cheapest.

Advanced Education

College Instructor Teaching Requirements

While colleges and universities employ full, assistant and associate professors, many schools augment their faculty with part-time or adjunct individuals.