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We bring students together to get you the inside scoop about colleges and universities across America. Our education experts highlight degrees and programs that might help you pursue a career path you've always been interested in.

Unusual Scholarships - They're Out There

I've said it before, and I'll probably say it a few more times, but there are many scholarship opportunities available to students today - and even some rather unusual ones. The trick is finding the one that may oddly, suit you to a tee.
Simply having the surname Zolp makes you eligible for tens of… | Read More

Three-Year Degrees: The New Four-Year Degrees?

The four-year Bachelor's degree: in the United States, it's among the most time-tested and fundamentally valued of all scholastic institutions. But with the economy being what it is and the rising costs of education, colleges are being forced to think of new ways to keep students from being scared off from the notion of getting… | Read More

Survey Says: College Necessary, Costs Evil

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

Online Universities: More Popular Than Ever

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

How to Find the Right Scholarship

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

NASA Sponsors Science Scholarships

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

College Interviews Take to the Internet!

Interviews: never the most easy-going task. Between the suit, the awkward pauses, and the stress of the office waiting room, it's an uncomfortable mission no matter what the circumstance; when the future of your college acceptance hangs in the balance (especially a college you may have flown or driven hundreds of miles to converse with),… | Read More

Top Online Resources for Phlebotomy Students

If a phlebotomy career is in your blood, and you’re pursuing career development in the field, here are some key online resources that provide information about the order of the draw, ongoing training, and professional certifications.

Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute
Since its founding in 1967, the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) has become the leader in setting voluntary standards for phlebotomists and other health care technicians who collect samples. The CLSI website contains member forums,… | Read More

Successful Test-taking Strategies

Is your test-taking strategy working? Do you keep up with lessons or put out fires only when test deadlines loom? Do you stay awake the night before the exam, cramming notes (and an inordinate amount of coffee and junk food) into your system? Some students modify their study skills and testing stratagems during their learning careers. What once worked when you could devote your life to your classes may not be so effective when you’re… | Read More

A Clever Networking Tool for Business Students

Listen up, MBA degree or entrepreneurial majors: if you’re not already networking, you’re missing exceptional opportunities to build your career. Everyone you meet during the course of your day–online or at campus–represents a possible connection to earnings and career stability. Don’t wait until graduation or your first job to have a set of business cards printed for you to hand people at meetings, in the gym, at social gatherings, trade shows, conventions, family picnics, or a… | Read More

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