Finding the Best Prices on College Textbooks

Textbook prices continue to skyrocket; 14 percent in the past year alone. Today’s average college student is forced to spend more than […]

Sizing Up Colleges: Big vs. Small

As you begin your search for that perfect college, one of the first key decisions you need to make—and one that will help narrow your list—is size of the school. Luckily, American colleges offer […]

Are You Really Ready for the October LSAT?

It’s four weeks away. I’ve been getting calls from people who aren’t happy with their practice scores. The big question: Is there […]

More of the Best and Brightest Heading to Community College

Kira Cassels applied to 11 colleges and got in to every one. The kitchen of her Laurel home came to resemble a high school guidance office, the breakfast table buried beneath […]

Are State Universities Going in the Wrong Direction?

America is letting public, four-year schools—the only education sector with a proven record of getting first generation college students a thorough, high-quality, low cost education—erode into overpriced colleges […]

The Job Guarantee

A small college in Michigan has taken the remarkable step of guaranteeing that its students will get jobs if they finish school. And not just any jobs, good jobs. According to a […]

Best Colleges 2011

This year, Harvard University regained sole possession of the top spot in U.S.News & World Report‘s Best Colleges 2011 rankings of national universities. Last […]

How to Land College Internships

In today’s job market, having a college internship (or three) under your belt can be a big help when you’re trying to land a full-time job after graduation. Job boards […]