Fighting Harassment at School and Work
May 20, 2021 | Staff Writers
Harassment: it’s an issue that causes concern and despite counter-efforts, continues to demands attention. Victims may feel ashamed and alone, but statistics show they’re not. In 2017, the Equal Employment...
Support for Parents of Students with Disabilities
April 14, 2021 | Staff Writers
Approximately 6.7 million students — or 13 percent of all public school learners — received special education services during the 2015-16 academic year, according to the. Eventually, many of these...
Online College Guidebook
January 7, 2021 | Staff Writers
Expert Advice, Moocs, Important Factors to Consider & How to Succeed There was a time when an “online degree” didn’t mean that much, since only a few schools offered online education. Today the landscape has changed completely, with some of the most prestigious and elite schools in the world offering online classes and programs. The […]
College Support for Students Recovering From Addiction
May 14, 2021 | Staff Writers
Resources, programs and scholarships for a substance-free college life More than 200 colleges and universities have developed programs to help students maintain an addiction-free life while pursuing an education, and with good reason. One in seven young adults aged between 18 and 25 had substance abuse disorders in 2016, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services […]
Online MBA Programs for Students with a Low GPA
May 13, 2021 | Staff Writers
For students looking towards a graduate degree, earning a high undergrad GPA is a great achievement. But untimely circumstances like family issues or money problems can make maintaining that high...
International Students’ Guide To Studying In The U.S.
May 25, 2021 | Staff Writers
Campus Resources, Financial Aid Options and Expert Advice to Prepare You to Study in the States International students reap many educational – and personal – benefits when they attend college in the United States, but there’s much to learn prior to embarking on their journeys to make sure they get the most from their time […]
Master of business administration programs prepare learners for leadership positions and careers as entrepreneurs. Many MBA programs take two years to complete. However, students often graduate sooner by studying online...
College students can explore scholarships, grants, and loans to fund their education. Tuition waivers provide another form of financial assistance. Learners may qualify for a waiver for various reasons, such...
Scholarships help millions of students pay for college, including adopted students and foster youth. Financial aid for adopted students and foster youth includes scholarships, grants, work-study programs, and loans. Students...
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