Majors & Programs
Online General Studies Associate Degree
April 29, 2021 | Staff Writers
A general studies associate degree advances professionals' education and increases their earning potential. General studies provides a flexible, interdisciplinary route to a degree, particularly for transfer students. For example, a...
Online Logistics Schools
January 27, 2021 | Staff Writers
Logistics students learn how to oversee the complex process of managing an organization's supply chain. The growing field of logistics offers high salaries and strong job growth, making it ideal...
Entrepreneurship for College Students
April 27, 2021 | Staff Writers
Google. Apple. Microsoft. Facebook. Wal-Mart. Wondering what all these companies have in common? Aside from being some of America’s most successful brands, their founders were all between the ages of...
Support for Students with Epilepsy
April 14, 2021 | Staff Writers
Table of Contents: Support for Students with Epilepsy1. Understanding Epilepsy & Its Impact on College Success2. Epilepsy and Common Challenges in College3. 4 Things for Students with Epilepsy to Consider4. Academic Accommodations for College Students with Epilepsy5. 15 Scholarships for College Students with Epilepsy6. Additional Epilepsy ResourcesHelpful resources and expert advice for navigating collegeAccording to […]
LGBTQ College Culture Guide
March 2, 2021 | Staff Writers
Finding a School that Fits It’s no secret that college is stressful and every student faces challenges. However, LGBTQ students have unique concerns and issues that other student populations may not necessarily face. From gender-neutral housing and LGBTQ campus centers to education programs, this guide takes a deep dive into the things that matter to […]
Veteran’s Guide to Online College Success
January 7, 2021 | Staff Writers
Two million World War II veterans took advantage of the newly established GI Bill® in the aftermath of battle, gaining degrees and moving into meaningful professional roles after service. Yet...
Staying Updated on Vaccinations on Campus
April 6, 2021 | Staff Writers
You received all your vaccines as a young child, so you’re set for life, right? No so. Not only do many vaccines given to children wear off over time, there...
How to Get a Job in College
April 27, 2021 | Staff Writers
Working as a college student does more than help cover tuition, groceries and weekend festivities – it’s also a great way to and have meaningful experiences in areas of personal...
Student Loans The Right Way
March 25, 2021 | Staff Writers
Charles is a native Houstonian with 4 years of experience in student financial aid. After serving in the U.S. Navy, Charles earned a B.A. in Communications from the University of...
College Scholarships for Student Athletes
April 29, 2021 | Ilana Hamilton
College applicants face increasingly high tuition rates. reports that between 1989-2016, college costs rose nearly eight times faster than wages. By leveraging their unique talents and skills, college-bound students can apply...
Hunger is a staggering problem in the United States. In 2019, 35 million Americans struggled with hunger, according to . More than 42 million people may experience food insecurity due...
Does wealth affect health? Science suggests that it does. Financial stress, just like any stress, impacts both mental and physical health. While personal choices certainly impact financial wellness, generational and...
Student loans, budgeting, and paying off debt can leave students, recent graduates, and their parents feeling lost. Can you appeal for more financial aid? Should you open a credit card?...
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