Why Community College is a Good Investment

In the past, community colleges were considered inferior to four year universities by many people. But as tuition prices have risen and unemployment/underemployment among university graduates has become a prominent issue, more students are wisely choosing community college over traditional four year colleges and universities. Why should you choose community college over a university? For Read More …

How to Cope with Academic Burnout at College

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Overcoming Academic and Career Fears

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Tips for Your First Semester at College

The first semester in college is a crucial time for students. Actions taken-or not taken- in the first few months of college can have a lasting impact on academic and career success. A new environment combined with increased academic pressure can push even good students off track. Fortunately, there are several things college freshman can Read More …

Factors to Consider in Choosing a College

Choosing a college may be one of life’s biggest decision. The choice you make can have a lasting impact on your life, particularly in relation to your finances and career. Several factors should be considered when making this important decision. Read on for tips on choosing the best school for you. Money Matters For most Read More …