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The Value of College English Majors

Oct 15, 2013 No Comments

With so much value place on STEM degrees now-a-days, college students who are earning their English degrees may not be viewed in the best light by potential employers. However, there are reasons why English majors may be changing that mindset. Some recruiting managers are realizing that English majors are good hires and here’s why . […]

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How to Build Your Personal College Brand

Oct 11, 2013 No Comments

If you are earning your college degree online or you are a traditional student, you are your own personal brand. If you are not an advertising or public relations major, what should you know about branding yourself that could make you more marketable after graduation? Here are 3 tips to polish your personal, college brand . […]

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Cell Phones and College Students

Oct 08, 2013 No Comments

If you are a college student, chances are you own a cell phone. In a recent study of college students of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior status, 99% of them said that they had cell phones and 95% of them brought their phones to class everyday[i]. What should you be aware of as a college […]

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5 Tips for Sneaking in an Office Workout for College Students

Oct 03, 2013 No Comments

If you are attending college online while working full-time and juggling family responsibilities, it might be hard to squeeze in some workouts. Maybe you are majoring in a health and wellness degree and want to try out some tips you’ve read about. What can you do during your day job that might help you burn […]

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10 Tips for Writing a Professional College Email

Oct 02, 2013 No Comments

If you are a college student and networking, you will probably be sending a lot of emails. Upon graduation and after beginning your career, you may be shocked at how many emails you compose in a day. What are some tips for sending professional looking emails that you can practice while you are still in […]

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How to Survive Your First College Class

Sep 26, 2013 No Comments

If you are a freshman who is attending college for the first time or a nontraditional student who is working full-time while earning a degree online, there are basic tips you should know when it comes to making it through that initial college class. While each class will probably be a different experience for you, […]

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7 College Tips for Making the Most of Freshman Year

Sep 19, 2013 No Comments

So you’ve graduated high school or are heading back to college as a nontraditional student for the fall semester. You may be feeling a bit overwhelmed at the thought of college life and are wondering what you can do to make the adjustment a bit easier. How about some suggestions that could make your freshman […]

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How to Score Great College Deals

Sep 17, 2013 No Comments

Whether you are a first-semester college student, a nontraditional student returning after starting a family, or a college senior, there are ways you can cut college costs and keep the savings in your bank account. What you should know could help make college a bit more affordable and allow you to breathe easier when it’s […]

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Careers to Help You Improve the World

Sep 11, 2013 No Comments

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go back-to-school and earn a college degree in a field that might give the world a helping hand? If the thought intrigues you and you’d like more information about possible career choices that could make the world a little bit nicer, here are some employment […]

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Foods to Boost College Brain Power

Sep 10, 2013 No Comments

If you will be starting college this fall, there’s no better time than now to jumpstart your health. With all those papers to write, exams to study for, and juggling work plus a social life, it’s best to get all the help you can. Why not adopt healthy eating habits now so that when you have […]

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