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Shockingly, only 50% of college students complete their degree in six years. What can you do to ensure you will be likely to graduate on time?
If you are one of the roughly 30% of students who dropout or transfer college, prepare yourself to spend way more time and money on your degree.
These six tips will help you get the most our of your college visits, whether its a local stop or a far-away jaunt.
Yes, visiting a college can actually improve your admissions chances, although it is still not as important as your grades and other merits.
A summer internship isn't just for college students. High schoolers can benefit as well!
Boost your chances of college acceptance by making the right choices this summer! Read on for some tips on making the most of the summer months.
What common mistakes do students make when comparing their financial aid offers and making their final decision?
There are over a million international students currently studying in U.S. colleges and universities. These students increase diversity on campus and bring interesting perspectives to share. These students are also a great boon to the economy and keep the costs of higher education down for local students. See how here.
The presence of part-time or non-tenure track faculty on college campuses has risen from 45% in 1975 to 70% in 2011. What has caused this dramatic shift? And does it have consequences for students?
Many students work part-time while in school either in a work-study program or on a local business off-campus. Find out which jobs are the best for students and get tips on achieving a balance between work and school.