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Some students choose big colleges because they like the location or they want a broader choice of majors and extra-curriculars. Other students prefer the more personal feel of a small college—where, for instance, a student might know the name of everyone in his class. more …

Today’s college-bound high school students have a wide array of choices when it comes to higher education. Should you attend a big state school, a small private liberal arts college, or community college? more …

There’s never been a better time to go to college! Spurred by the Obama administration, the United States Department of Education recently passed the “Gainful Employment Regulation,” a legislative move that protects students at private colleges and universities. more …

Some students attend the same university for four years and graduate where they started. Others transfer to a different school. Sometimes there is a good reason. more …

Universities ask a lot of college freshmen. They expect you to identify a passion that will last your lifetime, and they want it to be something they have in their curriculum. That’s what they are asking for when they want to know what you will be “majoring” in. more …

The essential philosophical difference between capitalist and socialist systems is easy to explain. The pro-business advocates allege the free market protects consumers. If a business fails to give value for money, customers can take their business elsewhere. more …

The change from one generation to the next is not usually so significant, but when you look at two or more, the differences are more obvious. Take the Boomers as an example. When they finished school and went looking for work, it was easy to find. more …

This is the second part of the old saying about the chicken and the egg. You have thought carefully about the way in which you would like to earn a living. Hopefully, you will have gained a little experience working part-time or as an intern. more …

The world has become more complicated, in part, because we’re now much more connected. In the good old days before the internet came along, everything was printed and not that well distributed. more …

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