Why It’s a Great Time to Be a Journalism Major

The biggest percentage of college students today—21 percent—are graduating with business degrees. These graduates want to make money and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. I’d suggest, however, […]

How to Maximize Your Financial Aid for the 2011-2012 School Year

With the new year upon us, now’s the time to start preparing for your 2011-2012 financial aid. If you know you’ll need to find […]

Hot Jobs for 2011: Bachelor’s Degree Not Required

Not everyone has the time, money, or energy to spend in a four-year degree program. If that’s true for you, we’ve got good news: Earning an associate degree can get you into one […]

More Students Choose Universities in Japan

More students than ever are choosing universities in Japan for study abroad, and the number of Japanese students leaving the country to study […]

Application Inflation: When Is Enough Enough?

THE numbers keep rising, the superlatives keep glowing. Each year, selective colleges promote their application totals, along with the virtues of their applicants.

For […]

7 Prestigious Undergrad Scholarships

Yes, it’s true that scholarships labeled “prestigious” usually have lengthy applications, require special projects, and are certainly more competitive than most. But if you’re eligible for one of these […]

Universities Are Challenged as Demographics Shift

In August, 60 years after the University of Texas admitted its first black student, the school welcomed the first freshman class in which white students were in the minority.

White students, who accounted for 51 […]

Students From Caribbean Med Schools Head for New York, Angering Some Local Programs

Thousands of students from offshore medical schools flock to teaching hospitals in the United States each year to complete the clinical portion of […]