If you are thinking about going back to school, one of the main steps in your decision is choosing which school to attend. Since there are so many schools out there, you will want to narrow down your search. First, you will want to decide whether you want to attend an on-campus school or on… Read More

Your education is one of the most important aspects of your development. Whether you’re a visual, verbal, or hands-on learner, you can find an education & training program that fits your style. Getting your education from an accredited college or university can give you plenty of career options in the years ahead. If you want… Read More

With a doozy of a recession upon us, this may seem like the worst time to put your precious time and money into going back to school for a degree. Contrary to that intuition, however, going back to school can give you an unlikely shelter in the recession storm. Here are five reasons why.… Read More

With fall approaching and many students (and their parents) worrying about college tuition, it’s time for the annual public service announcement on scholarship scams. In short, beware. Here’s what to watch out for.… Read More

Benjamin Franklin once quipped that there are two certainties in life — death and taxes. But as every college student knows, life also has a third certainty — rising tuition. Still, even with the rising cost of education, there are several promising signs for college students (and their parents). … Read More

One of the best ways to subsidize your college education is by obtaining a scholarship. When applying for scholarships, you should keep in mind the criteria that selection committees use in awarding scholarships.… Read More

The number and nature of college degrees are as diverse as the people who get them. They come in different sizes — associate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral — and in scores of different subjects. So how do you choose the right degree for you? Here are a few questions you may want to ask yourself.… Read More

How much emphasis do admissions committees put on grades when evaluating applicants? The truth is that grades and GPAs are good long-term indicators of an individual’s performance as a student. Grades do not necessarily reflect intelligence; however, they do show a student’s ability to produce good work — or not-so-good work — over an extended period of time.… Read More