Diplomas and Degrees

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Commuter College

Every year, thousands of students attend schools and universities across the country. Schools are chosen by these students for a number of motives, including if the school is commuter-based or offers on-campus living.

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Studys Tips for Finals

It is that dreaded time in the semester again… FINALS. These time-tested tips for studying for, and taking, your final exams can create a huge difference in your results, and send you off happy to your own vacation break:

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Tough Classes

Education is the most important thing that the parents can give to their kids. They are brought to school starting from the day they become ready to face the challenges of the outside world.

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Top 3 Tips for Landing a Scholarship

Scholarships were initially created to assist students overcome financial barriers on their road to higher education. It then makes sense then that academic achievement would be rewarded by these organizations.

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Student Loan Epidemic

A college degree is fast becoming synonymous with student debt. More people are relying on loans to finance their studies as the price of attending school continues to outpace wage gains and economy rates.

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Liberal Education

“Jack of all traits master of none”, this is the description of many when asked about a Liberal Arts student or graduate.

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Hardest Majors

Alright so you’re going to college, but not all majors are created equal. So what are the 5 hardest?

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Military Benefits

The growing cost of tuition may be difficult to handle, but the Tuition Assistance Program of the Military provides service members the ability to enroll in classes at universities, accredited colleges, junior colleges and vocational-technical schools.

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Buying Used Books

When buying textbooks, you have about four options: purchase new, purchase used, rent, or copy. Reach comes with its group of forfeits, although some approaches clearly save you more money than others.