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Going back to college as a returning adult? Make sure you apply for the FAFSA. It's not just for high school students.
With total college enrollment down around the country, can small liberal-arts schools survive? Look for these signs of good health before applying.
Learn what University of Phoenix campuses have closed.
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What schools are moving up in the world in 2018?
Bill Phelan joined Eric Furda and Eileen Cunningham Feikens to discuss college admissions on The Process, Business Radio on Sirius XM. Listen-in to their revealing discussion.
Find out how many international students are studying in the U.S. and where they are.
Trump recently issued an executive order that bans travel from seven countries. This ban affects thousands of international students currently studying in the U.S.
So you're thinking about choosing an online college? There are three important factors to consider first: accreditation, reputation, and affordability. Learn how to choose an online school that offers you the best quality for the money.
Adults who have decided to take the plunge and go back to school have a lot to think about when it comes to choosing a college. Let this guide help you make the best decision.
In addition to being the oldest colleges in the United States, these schools are also some of the most highly ranked.
Is an English degree valuable? Get advice from former English majors working in all different types of careers on how to make your degree work for you.
Which majors lead to the best paying jobs? The answers can change depending on whether you're looking at early career or mid-career salaries.
Students may expect to pay high tuition costs, but many are blind-sided by the surprisingly high costs of college textbooks. The efforts of Open Educational Resources and Z-Degrees are meant to combat these additional costs.
The most popular majors for men and women. Why do the college degrees women earn pay less?
When you examine the data, it's clear that women aren't pursuing STEM degrees at the same rate as men, and when they do, they are often getting degrees in the lower-paid STEM fields. What we still don't know, is why.
Interested in the field of business? You're in luck! There are a lot of concentrations to choose from that lead to quickly growing fields and high paying careers.
What colleges are doing the best job graduating students in four years?
Are you interested in getting some real work done while you complete your studies in exchange for reduced tuition? Consider a work college. Here we highlight some of the best work colleges in the United States.
If you don’t want to spend your career studying math and engineering… what’s left?
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