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Want a meaningful and rewarding career? Learn more about an exciting career in the staffing and recruiting industry.
Once you have been admitted to college, it's time to weigh the financial aid package you will receive. The package should contain all federal and institutional aid that will go towards ...
Dartmouth University bans all hard alcohol from campus.
National survey says incoming college freshmen more depressed than ever.
Schools across the country brought in big bucks from donations last year.
President Obama delivers the State of the Union on January 20, 2015.
President Obama promises free community college.
Did the mistake on the FAFSA form cost you? Find out.
Become a hero and celebrate National Volunteer Month by volunteering for a cause you're passionate about!
How far should schools go in terms of political correctness?
There are simple ways to give yourself the illusion of having more time.
Campus tours are great, but try to explore the college campus on your own, too.
There’s only one word to sum up a “do-it-all” personality type: overachiever.
Where the 2012 Presidential Candidates stand on higher education is an issue that will directly affect many students who are voting in the election.
Two students play basketball.
If you thought cheating was the easy, quick way to better grades, turns out you're wrong. A new study indicates that students who cheat on homework actually learn less and are ...
Learn how to get noticed by the coach.
Show the coach you're interested with an unofficial campus visit.
In many ways, negotiating for an athletic scholarship is exactly like negotiating for just about anything. As anyone who has seen Jerry Maguire or an episode of Entourage can appreciate, successfully ...
College coaches are evaluating prospects during every single interaction. Whether the coach is watching film, talking to an athlete on campus or watching them deal with a loss after a high ...
Do you qualify as an independent student? Find out.
Avoid frustration with the FAFSA by being prepared.
Are you considered an independent student? Find out.