An Education in Saving on Textbooks

Every year students flock to the college bookstore to purchase the various textbooks that they require for their classes. Little do these students realize that, in doing so, they are throwing good money away. As unbelievable as it may seem textbooks, in some cases, actually cost as much, if not... Read More

Choose the Delivery Mode for your e-Learning Course

There are so many ways to deliver instruction online that the topic warrants its own lesson. In fact, deciding how you are going to deliver a course is critical to the way that you design and develop the course! Your first decision is whether or not you will deliver the... Read More

Building Interaction Into Your Online Course

You've already decided that you're ready to author online and you have your content organized. Now it's time to face the ultimate challenge in online learning - making it interactive! Interaction in online courses is a two-edged sword. On one hand you want students to participate. This enhances their learning... Read More

Distance Learning: Balancing Your Education and Busy Lifestyle

Distance Learning is a priority for most who have already set their lives out in one way or another in that their responsibilities have been laid out, and in quite a few cases, would not allow for regular College schedules. This is taken into consideration when looking for a place... Read More

Parents: Take the SAT Challenge!

I keep a box of tissues on the table where I tutor because, as an SAT tutor and college application consultant, I listen to high school juniors and seniors who are so overwhelmed by college pressure that they begin to cry. Not just girls. Not just Ivy League aspirants.High school... Read More

College Bound: The Organized Dorm

I can still remember my shopping list for my first dorm room. Years ago we kept it simple -- the must have storage staple was the old dairy crate and that was pretty much it. Those dairy crates organized everything from sweaters and sweatshirts to books. Today the storage choices... Read More

Business Plan Competitions

The idea of a business plan competition first started in the 1980's at the initiative of some MBA students from Texas and has increasingly gained popularity. Such events happen yearly and rejoice a great affluence of contestants, which highly increases their competitiveness.CompetitionsOrganized by Universities* Babcock Elevator Pitch Competition - Wake... Read More

Write Your Way Into University ? The Personal Statement

The Get Into Uni personal statement writing guide contains systematic instructions on the techniques to help increase the odds of your application, however this article contains a short synopsis to writing your way into university. For most potential students there are some clear reasons why they wish to embark on... Read More

College Tuition Costs are Spiralling

So, our children want to fly away from the nest and further their academic life in college. But with escalating costs, can we afford it? Will they have to take part time jobs to stay afloat or can we supplement their financial needs with college loans?These are just some of... Read More

Distance Learning, Online Education, Electronic Education, Electronic Learning?Call It What You Want

Whatever you want to label "learning at home" and however you want to define the latest buzz words for non-traditional education, you can find a program and method that suits your needs. Right now over 1.2 million people in the U.S. participate in some form of distance learning, with a... Read More

In The News:


The bottom line when picking a university: 'No debt for our daughter or for us'
Washington Post
A year ago, I was where many parents are right now. My daughter Olivia was faced with the decision of where to attend college. I'll admit I was pretty adamant leading up to the choice that many families have to make by May 1, which is the deadline for ...

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New York Daily News

De Blasio family tours Columbia University as son Dante visits colleges
New York Daily News
A student blog, Bwog, posted photos of Mayor de Blasio, his 16-year-old son, and First Lady Chirlane McCray on Saturday as they visited the Morningside Heights campus in Manhattan. Last weekend, the family visited Wesleyan University in Connecticut.
Dante De Blasio's College TourBwog

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University Herald

SWCU Student Pays College Fee in Pennies
University Herald
Andrew Magbee has become a role model for many college going students who are struggling to repay their loans. The 24-year-old Southwestern Christian University senior made his final tuition payments in pennies (nearly 100,000 coins). He said that ...
Oklahoma university senior makes final tuition payment in penniesNew York Daily News
Oklahoma student pays off $25000 college tuition with penniesabc13.com
College student pays off tuition... in pennies!HLNtv.com

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The Inquisitr

University bans selfies at graduation ceremony
USA TODAY
University President and former R.I. Congressman Ronald Machtley supports this move, citing his own social media presence as the graduation committees chief concern. “I tweet a lot, I have 2,200 followers on campus and I think the fear was…because I ...
Bryant University Selfies Has The College President Pulling An ObamaThe Inquisitr
Bryant University Begs Students Not To Take Selfies At CommencementHuffington Post
Bryant University president asks students to resist taking selfies at graduationTheCelebrityCafe.com
WCVB Boston
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Washington Post

U-Md. plans $115 million luxury hotel and conference center in College Park
Washington Post
The University of Maryland wants to build an 11-story, $115 million luxury hotel and conference center across from its main entrance in College Park. The proposal calls for a 300-room, four-star hotel with conference and meeting space, a fullservice ...
University of Maryland proposes hotel, conference center next to College Park ...The Republic

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The News International

Thar to have cadet college, university
The News International
MITHI: The PPP government in Sindh will set up a cadet college and a university and arrange the Benazir Dastarkhwans in Thar. This was decided in a meeting of the PPP's elected representatives and district office bearers of Tharparkar at the Circuit ...

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Wall Street Journal

Don't Call It Ping Pong: College Sports Rivalry Expands to Table Tennis
Wall Street Journal
The opposing teams,—most of whom brought only a handful of players, some in a mishmash of college sweatshirts,—stopped to watch in awe and dread. "We are the New York Yankees of table tennis," said Texas Wesleyan University Coach Jasna Rather.

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Puff Daddy, a College Dropout, is Howard University's Success Story
Complex.com
Now that Forbes has crowned Puffy the Duke of Hip Hop, it just so happens that Howard University—a prominent, historically black college in D.C., for those who don't know—has tapped Class of '92 dropout, Puffy, to receive an honorary degree, after ...

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Community college-university pipeline eases higher-ed route
Washington Post
George Mason University senior Aida Arias Reyes prepares to speak to high-schoolers on the Pathway to the Baccalaureate, a program that helped her transfer from community college. (Mary F. Calvert/For The Washington Post). Written by Nick Anderson.


Colleges at the MOACAC St. Louis Spring College Fair
STLtoday.com
Arizona State University; Aurora University; Austin Peay State University; Avila University; Baker University; Ball State University; Bates College; Bethany College; Boston University; Brescia University; Butler University; Carleton College; Centre ...

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7 Tips To Avoid the College Low Expectations Game

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Business Plan Competitions

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Hidden College Costs: Roommate Conflict

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Do Best Friends Make the Best College Roommates?

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Chiropractic Colleges

Before CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES & SCHOOLS accept one into their educational... Read More

Consolidate Student Loans and Shop Online

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Self-Injury on College Campuses

Self injury is intentionally causing self-inflicted physical pain in order... Read More

Outstanding Business Professors at WVU, Part 3

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College Freshman: How to Get Over Homesickness

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Why are Some Online Degree Colleges Better than Others?

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Online Degree Program and Online Degree Programs

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College Admissions Essays that Take 1st Place -A Personal Statement Checklist

Congratulations on your move toward a college degree. And congratulations... Read More

Balancing College Life and Academics

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Making the Most of Your Summer

At last, summer is here! After a school year full... Read More

Looking For a Rewards Program That Offers Free Money for College Students?

With the rising cost of books, tuition and housing, it's... Read More

Online Education and Digital Divide

Digital Education is really coming along thanks to the US... Read More

Most Colleges Require Letters Of Recommendation

I cannot overemphasize the importance of developing strong relationships with... Read More

What You Should Know About Scholarships

When it's time to go to college, the word "scholarship"... Read More

What to Look For When Choosing an Online University

A college degree gives a person a guarantee of higher... Read More