With so much attention given to rankings and tuition, we sometimes forget how important it is for students to study in a place where their beliefs can be respected. Many Christian college students, for example, seek out Christian universities where they can study in an environment where their beliefs and education are brought together into… Read More


what to know before you talk to an enrollment specialist

So you’re at home. You’ve expressed interest in a few schools. Maybe you’ve requested more information or you’ve stopped by their office. Suddenly, the phone rings. It’s an enrollment specialist, and they want to talk to you about attending their school. First, take a deep breath. Second, get your thoughts straight. Most likely, if they’re… Read More


According to the 2010 Sloan Survey of Online Learning, web-based enrollment figures have risen by 1 million students since 2009. As part of this trend, schools are reporting that record numbers of people are attending nontraditional classes nationwide. Spartanburg Community College in South Carolina, has announced that enrollment in the school has grown by 22… Read More


Online classes are becoming an attractive alternative for students to take during the summer and winter semesters, as opposed to overloaded fall and spring course loads. As part of this trend, State University of New York at Canton is reporting strong online enrollment numbers for its winter semester, reports the Watertown Daily Times. The school… Read More


The Whitman College extravagance shows the prosperity of America’s elite and private schools. Ivy League, Stanford, and MIT are elite institutions that excel socially and academically. They are known for their great proportion of wealth to their size and the rest of higher education institutions. Most students that attend Ivy League are the wealthy and it demonstrates that the rich continue to get much richer. … Read More