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Schools With The Best Return On Investment


April 21, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Which schools give you the best return on your investment? The answers are right here …  

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College Degrees That Just Don’t Pay


April 14, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

While it’s important to choose a field of study you love, the realities of life also demand that you are appropriately paid for what you do. Check out these degrees that have the worst return on investment.  

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What’s In Store For Today’s College Grads?


April 7, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Not all recent college grads are underemployed and worried about paying the rent. Check out the latest data on the millennials.  

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Who Has The Best Online Programs?


March 31, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Here it is: The best online colleges of 2014, according to US News & World Report.  

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Want To Know Exactly What A College Degree Is Worth?


March 24, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

What’s a college education worth? Many schools are coming up with a way to answer that question.  

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Top 10: America’s Happiest Schools


March 17, 2014 by Drake Stone

 

How does your school stack up against America’s happiest colleges?

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Where Are Adjuncts Headed?


March 10, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Do adjunct faculty get enough support from their schools? 

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Is A College Degree Worth It? Surprising New Study


March 3, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It seems the question is always being posed: “Is a college degree worth it?” Well, a new study just came out and the answer may surprise you.  

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College Majors That Pay The Most


February 24, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It’s all well and good to do what you love … but let’s face it: The big question is always “How much will I earn?” A new study may have the answers.  

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College Test Anxiety: What It Is And What To Do For It


February 17, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It may not be enough for some students to prepare for an upcoming test: They may need to prepare for the anxiety that goes along with the test.  

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Is Your Personal Info Safe?


February 10, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

How safe is a student’s personal information?  

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Who’s Eating The Unhealthiest Food?


February 3, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

When you think of late night eating, you don’t usually think of kale, apples and walnuts. Check out this list of schools where students seem to have the worst eating habits.  

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How Good Is Your School’s Website?


January 27, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

A good website for your school will save time, money and boost credibility. Check out the 10 design guidelines your school should be following.  

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What’s Your College Doing To Prevent Rape?


January 20, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It’s being called an “epidemic” on campuses across the country. So the question is: What’s your school doing to prevent rape and keep female students safe? 

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Why Are So Many College Students Depressed?


January 13, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Are college days the “best days of your life” — or do they actually have the potential to be the opposite? Here’s what the latest research shows.  

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Getting More Students To College


January 6, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

A national effort is underway to get more first-generation and low-income students to college. Is it working?  

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Which Degrees Produce The Most Millionaires?


December 30, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

So you want to be a millionaire? The odds are in your favor if you hold one of these degrees.  

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The Deadly ‘Sport’ of Hazing


December 23, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

Hazing on college campuses is responsible for countless injuries — and even some deaths. So why is it still allowed to continue?  

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Toughest — And Easiest — Schools To Get Into


December 16, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

Waiting for college acceptance letters usually involves a lot of nail biting and hair pulling. Check out the latest list of the toughest colleges to get into — along with the easiest:  

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College ‘Game’ Gets The Boot


December 6, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

Want to have “fun” catching an illegal immigrant? Then this Texas college might be right up your alley …  

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Social Media Invades The Classrooms


December 2, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

How severely is social media invading college classrooms? Check out these surprising numbers from a recent study.  

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Teacher-ed programs ‘an industry of mediocrity’?


November 22, 2013 by Patrick Schober

 

We all know the U.S. has fallen behind in education, but you probably never would have guessed it was this bad.

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Which States Have The Most Affordable Colleges?


November 18, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

Not all colleges are created equal when it comes to footing the bill — and neither are all states. Check out these lists of the states with the cheapest and most expensive schools.  

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Canadian students overwhelmed, anxious, suicidal


November 11, 2013 by Patrick Schober

 

North of the border, students struggle to cope with the demands of college and university life – sometimes with tragic results.

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Getting A Handle on Students’ Drinking


November 4, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

With college drinking out of control, schools are taking a hard look at how to handle it.  

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Top 10 Cheapest Colleges


October 28, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

Check out this new study on the 10 most affordable schools in the country.  

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SAT: What Are They Changing Now?


October 21, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

To keep the writing test or dump the writing test … Take a look at all the changes coming up in the “new” SAT. 

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And The Best Universities To Work For Are …


October 14, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

You’ll be surprised to see which universities made the top of the “best places to work” list — and which didn’t. 

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Are E-Books Taking Over?


October 7, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

If you think the battle between e-books and traditional texts is pretty much over, hang on. An unexpected obstacle has appeared on the scene. 

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Survey: How Many Freshmen Have Cheated?


September 30, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

When incoming students at this school were surveyed by the school’s paper, you’d be surprised how many admitted to cheating. 

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School Spends $108K To Thwart Pot Rally


September 23, 2013 by Patrick Schober

 

At least they didn’t need to spread foul-smelling fish fertilizer on the quad this year.

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And The Top-Ranked Schools Are …


September 16, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

The numbers are in and the data has been collected. Drum roll, please …

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She was assaulted — so why was she kicked out of school?


September 9, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

Why was a student-athlete kicked off the team when she emailed her coach that she’d been assaulted by a classmate and had to miss mandatory team events? 

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The Best Online Colleges Are …


August 30, 2013 by Geneva Reid

 

Wanting to go to college and actually getting there are not always the same thing. Enter the world of online classes …

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How Colleges Are Getting Greener– And Yours Can, Too


August 26, 2013 by Patrick Schober

 

Today’s students are more environmentally conscious than ever. Are your admissions dropping because your campus has fallen behind?

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