50 Mistakes College Students Make

It’s alright to make some mistakes, as long as you learn from them. College is a time to adapt to your world and adapt your worldview to best serve you. However, there are […]

9 Ways to Get Back on the Study Track as an Adult Student

If you’ve been out of the classroom awhile, chances are your study skills are not up to par. But that’s not a reflection of […]

6 Kinds of Students Shouldn’t Apply to College Early

To all you high school seniors mentally kicking yourselves because you didn’t apply early to college and now have to endure months of nail biting, here’s some good news:

Research suggests you could end […]

More HBCUs Offer Online Degrees

As degree seekers continue to flood the online education market—online headcount is estimated to have grown 18 percent in 2010 alone according to market researcher Eduventures—many historically black colleges and universities are […]

Pick From the Federal Student Loan Smorgasbord

If you need to borrow to finance your education, federal student loans should be first on your menu. Congress and the U.S. Department […]

3 Steps Adults Returning to College Must Take

For students going straight to college after high school, the path toward getting in and paying for school is well defined: take […]

M.B.A. Hiring Trends Improve in 2010

Though she was employed at an advertising agency, Stephanie Burns wasn’t satisfied with her career trajectory and craved a new challenge. She enrolled in the M.B.A. program at National University in San […]

Is Going to an Elite College Worth the Cost?

AS hundreds of thousands of students rush to fill out college applications to meet end-of-the-year deadlines, it might be worth asking them: Is where you spend the next four years of your life that important?