Managing Distractions as an Online Student
April 6, 2021 | Staff Writers
Tips for Finding the Right School-Life Balance Online learning can be affordable and convenient. It allows people in rural areas and those with full-time work or family responsibilities to earn a degree. Some programs even let out-of-state learners pay in-state rates. However, without the structure of a traditional classroom, online learning can also be challenging […]
Guide to Living at Home During College
May 24, 2021 | Reese Lopez
Economic uncertainty coupled with the rising cost of higher education has led many young adults to continue living at home during college, a trend accelerated by the pandemic. The reports...
College Students: $5 Dollar A Day Budget Tips Article
April 29, 2021 | Staff Writers
Living on $5 Dollars a Day Student debt is no joke. Tuition, textbooks, that deluxe meal plan. Once your school expenses are covered, it can be tough to scrounge up enough to grab a pumpkin spice latte before class. And let’s face it, that “paid” internship won’t get you very far. Fortunately, with a few […]
LGBTQ+ College Student Resource Center
June 4, 2021 | Staff Writers
According to , LGBT youth are almost twice as likely to experience bullying and harassment. This treatment can impede a student's ability to focus and learn and often has detrimental...
Career Guide for Students with Disabilities
April 1, 2021 | Staff Writers
Eleven percent of undergraduate students report having a disability, and according to Senator Tom Harkin, one of the authors of the ADA, fewer students with disabilities complete college once they...
Scholarships for International Students
May 13, 2021 | Reese Lopez
More than one million colleges and universities annually, according to the . These learners pursue academic programs of all types and contribute over $44.7 billion to the country’s economy. American education...
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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