Applying to college can be an incredibly stressful process. Between acquiring transcripts, getting letters of recommendation, and composing essays, your to-list can quickly become overwhelming. And there is always the anxiety that comes with the unspeakable question: “What if I don’t get accepted to any college?” But before you let this anxiety and stress get… Read More

If you are just embarking on your college career, then there is a good chance you have a lot on your mind. Maybe you are anxious about living away from home for the first time or making new friends. You also may worry about how you’ll perform in your college classes. Learning how to create… Read More

A recent Accenture study finds that 2011-2012 college graduates are struggling to find a place in the job market. Many are turning to further education to move up into the jobs they thought they were qualified for. For the details, just check out our new infographic below. To share it, please use the embed code… Read More

Yep, it is that time again. Time for the U.S. News and World Report to release this year’s list of the best colleges and universities, based on such factors as retention and graduation rates. In a non-surprising moves, they scored Princeton and Harvard in the top two and Yale in its perennial number-three spot. But… Read More

The rising cost of college has everybody scared. And I do not mean just students and parents. University administrators and government honchos are getting in on the hand-wringing, too. Yep, everybody’s looking for ways to get the cost college down. Thankfully, out of the weeping and wailing, some impressive options have taken shape. Starting in… Read More

Americans just cannot get enough of their colleges and universities. In fact, within the U.S., there are 4,084 colleges and universities. Every state has at least a few of them, but some definitely have more than others. Without looking at our new infographic below, can you guess which states have the most colleges? Or which… Read More