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College: what do people really think of it these days? According to a survey conducted by Public Agenda and the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, it's a tricky situation. While most people seem to acknowledge that a higher education is vital to a good future, the current economy has made the actual… | Read More
It's no secret that money for college can be awfully difficult to come by these days. It's to the point where every penny counts and, over at Freep, columnist Susan Tompor has a list of tips on how to make sure you have enough money set aside for your children's -- or your own --… | Read More
From laptops to lecture recorders to the whole gamut of i-prefixed gadgetry, modern technology is a huge part of the average college student's life. But how do today's top-selling electronic tools stack up in terms of fun and usefulness? Mississippi State University student reporter Bailey Singletary weighs in on the top four gadgets making college… | Read More
Have you ever wanted to earn your certificate of degree in acupuncture or chiropractics? Northwestern Health Sciences University announced that it will be offering scholarships to minority students who are interested in a career in natural health care.
Northwestern Health Sciences University is offering four full-tuition diversity scholarships, boosting its commitment to create an institutional… | Read More
With the rising costs of traditional four-year universities--usually linked at least in part to sports team trappings, student union-sanctioned extracurriculars, and dormitory maintenance--is there a market emerging for a "low cost, no frills" college? The Pennsylvania Board of Education thinks so, and approved a proposal yesterday to design and budget a new kind of four-year… | Read More
Every sign is pointing to it, but it's such a pressing issue on today's education landscape that it certainly bears repeating -- online universities are becoming more popular than ever. Today's affirmation comes from Alabama's Orange Beach, where the sheer volume of enrollment at Columbia Southern University has forced the online institution to move its… | Read More
Are you looking for scholarships but don't know where to start? Finding the right scholarship for your situation can be a very tricky business. There are millions of them out there, and it is up to you to do your research and find the ones that apply to your status of course of study. You… | Read More
As more and more colleges are spending less and less money on their students, it seems that those same students are picking up the slack even in the face of rising tuition costs. According to the results of a new study based on public information reported by schools to the federal government, college students are… | Read More
Students planning on pursuing studies in engineering, math, science, or technology have a unique opportunity to apply for a scholarship that is being sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).�� This scholarship not only pays for half of your annual college tuition, is also gives you an opportunity for a paid internship at… | Read More
KFC is offering to make a 6 figure contribution to the Colonels Scholarship Program if any National Football League team completes a "Hail Mary" pass on the final play of a championship game. KFC is the official wings sponsor of the NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl.
KFC will donate $125,000 to its Colonel's Scholars… | Read More