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Here are the top 5 mistakes students make when choosing a college. Make sure these don't happen to you!
Federal financial aid is meant to help ensure every student can afford college. But when student loan payments get so big college grads can't even afford to pay them, something is wrong.
Going to college is often seen as a safe and sure investment. But I'm going to go against the grain here and state that not every student is wired for college. At least not the four-year traditional college experience that many think of.
Are your college classes being outsourced to adjunct professors who get paid a fraction of what a full-time tenured professor gets paid? The answer for most students is yes! But where does that extra money go?
A college education is getting more expensive every day, and it doesn't help that colleges sometimes use deceptive financial aid practices that leave students in the lurch. Protect yourself from financial harm by avoiding these two college financial aid lures.
Why do students drop out of college, and how can you ensure that you won't? Learn some common scenarios that lead to students abandoning their education and how to fix them.
Test your knowledge on college and higher education trends.
Should you go far away to a college, or stay close to home? Think about these pros and cons.
The standard for U.S. colleges is to report a six-year graduation rate, not a four year rate. What should you do if you actually want to graduate in four years?
What is the opportunity cost of going to college? What do you miss out on by investing time and money into college?