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5 Steps to Help Solve Student Debt

Feb 01, 2012 No Comments by

As a student considering college for the first time, there are many benefits and hurdles to be aware of. In particular, it might be discouraging to consider the amount the debt that college requires for many and that it may require for you.

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Mathematics and STEM Education Is About To Get a Whole Lot Better

Feb 01, 2012 No Comments by

The government and the people agree: a mathematics education is important.

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More for Less: Why a College Degree Is More Valuable Than Ever

Jan 24, 2012 No Comments by

One of the best reason to earn a college degree is to earn more money. One of the biggest road blocks is the time and effort required. But what if it turned out that less effort these days yeilds even more value than in the past?

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5 Ways the Internet Has Affected The Student Brain

Jan 17, 2012 No Comments

In any age, being a student can be tough. But these days, life changes ever more quickly as our computers, mobile phones, and internet connections take over every aspect of our lives. How is a busy college student to cope with the pace of technology and online education and become a better student?

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5 Reasons Why 6 Million Students Use Online Education

Jan 17, 2012 No Comments

If you’re looking to start your path toward higher education and are considering taking the online route, now is a great time. Online education is currently experiencing an explosive growth in popularity.

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A College Loan in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Bush

Jan 12, 2012 No Comments

As states tighten their budgets and funding becomes more scarce, loans and scholarships may become harder to come by. But that doesn’t mean that college hopefuls should give up—far from it—they should redouble their efforts.

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5 Tips for First Generation College Students

Jan 03, 2012 No Comments

Choosing what to do after high school can be a difficult decision. At the top of many students’ lists is that of obtaining a college education. But children with parents that have not attended college, the so-called “first generation college student,” may find the decision difficult.

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Get Your Pell Grants While They’re Still Hot!

Dec 29, 2011 No Comments

If you’re considering a college education, but are concerned that it might be too costly for you to do so, it’s high time you considered a grant!

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It’s Never Too Late for a College Education

Dec 22, 2011 No Comments

In previous generations, college degrees weren’t the necessity for long and stable careers that they have become today.

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If You Want Career Longevity, Consider a College Degree

Dec 16, 2011 No Comments

In case you weren’t aware, there has been some debate over the advantages and disadvantages of vocational school over college degrees. Some claim that vocational school may offer better career prospects. But is it true?

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