News media sometimes run stories about students who graduated with six-figure student loan debt. Such articles have appeared in Businessweek, the Chronicle of Higher Education, CNN, the Huffington Post, the Miami New Times, Money Magazine, the New York Times, NPR, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Wall Street Journal. These stories have shock value and sensationalize the student debt problem,...
Financial Awareness Counseling →
This is a useful tool for individuals to manage their student loans.
College Degrees That Hiring Managers Love →
If you’ve been keeping up with the unemployment figures lately, you might be wondering if going to college is worth it. The answer is a resounding yes, according to “Hard Times, Not all College Degrees are Created Equal,” a 2012 report from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce.
Degrees That Are Great For Adult Students →
It’s never too late to learn something new. And for older adults looking for a change, going back to school may be a smart decision.
Cleveland State University plans to raise tuition... →
Cleveland State University, like its counterparts across the state, plans to increase tuition this fall. But it wants to buck convention by eliminating the additional charge if a student takes more than 16 credit hours a semester. The proposed move will cost the university about $500,000 a year, but officials say it is worth it if it helps students stay on track to graduate.
Sho Yano, University Of Chicago Student, To Become Youngest M.D. In School’s History
Top Five Degrees for Shy People →
If you hate the idea of taking the podium or networking, check out five degrees you’ll love.
Preparing your student for college? College Board... →
Montoya discussed the need for a holistic approach to college preparation that goes beyond standardized tests.
Michigan falls behind other states in college... →
Michigan is falling behind other states in preparing its teenagers for college, a trend that could hobble the state’s efforts to revitalize its economy.
The Best Graduate Schools: US News And World... →
2012 TYLENOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
prefessionalu: By Prefessional U Since 1991, the makers of TYLENOL® have awarded over $8.7 million to students pursuing careers in healthcare. This year a total of $250,000 in scholarships will be awarded to forty future healthcare professionals. 10 of those applicants will receive $10,000 and the remaining 30 applicants will receive $5,000 through the 22nd annual TYLENOL® Future Care...
Ranking the mascots for the 2012 NCAA tournament →
Sorry, guys, but not all mascots are created equal. If you’re looking for the real important analysis on this year’s NCAA tournament, you’re in the right place. We rank all the mascots from 68 to No. 1. Check it out. msn.foxsports.com
The 19 Most Fun-Loving Colleges →
Everyone loves to have fun, but some colleges are just more fun-loving than others.
15 Colleges Where Geek Is Chic →
Not every college is tailored toward the student who grew up wearing sweater vests and obsessing over their new TI-83 calculator. However, there are some schools, both public and private, where a geek would fit in well. Here are 15 chosen by Inside College’s experts, in alphabetical order below. What do you think? Which ones did they miss?
Federal student aid: More Michigan students apply,... →
“It’s the only way to get money to pay for school,” the University of Michigan-Dearborn junior said earlier this month. “If I didn’t have a Pell Grant and wasn’t able to take out a Stafford Loan, there’s no way I’d be able to go to college.”
9 Ways Students Can Use Social Media to Boost... →
If you’re a Generation X-er or older, you likely use social media to cut it in the real world. You may also use social networks for personal reasons, but it’s always with the understanding that you’re a professional. Here are a few things students should consider when starting to use social media professionally.
For college-bound kids hoping to get a little bit farther from home than a...– College Student’s Guide to Going to School Outside of U.S.
Surprising Jobs with $100K Salaries -- After Only... →
Maybe a four year institution is not for you. Read about these amazing careers that consists of receiving just two years of education.
Do Your BEST! Do your BEST from deep inside ...– by Nadra Enzi http://www.timbooktu.com
College Students are At-Risk for Sedentary... →
You’re health is important too. Don’t forget to stay active while in college.
CLASSY LADIES: 20 ACTRESSES WHO ARE COLLEGE GRADS →
These are women who bad it on the big screen and also graduated from college.
Fewer college students volunteer their time –... →
As a college student, it is still important to find time to give back to the community.
The 11 Majors With The Highest Unemployment Rates →
Many people pick their college major based on what they are interested in. This is all well and good, but there are facts to be had, and we must face them. Some majors do better than others in the workforce. Click on the link to read article.
State Of The Union's Middle-Class Message Likely... →
Obama has made a central prong of his re-election campaign’s middle-class message — despite questions about the administration’s ability to tangibly help students. Clink on the link to read article.
'Not a Cinderella story': Miss America contestants... →
My Colleges and Careers: Six Tips for Getting into... →
mycollegesandcareers: By Ellen Bremen 1. Resist making excuses. It’s an early, important lesson for you in college: Professors care about you, but don’t care for excuses. Profs move to solve problems, so your excuses will just take time away necessary problem solving. Don’t say, “I didn’t…
You get to make your own luck. 80% of success in your career will come from just...– Steve Blank
Obama, college presidents, working to bring down... →
College Admissions: Volunteer Service That Gets You Into College First Posted: 12/ 5/11 02:18 PM ET Updated: 12/ 5/11 03:47 PM ET React As college admissions have dropped across the board, high school seniors are more pressured than ever to distinguish themselves from the competition. But when it comes to the service portion of the application process, admissions officers...