10 Dec
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Best Value Colleges 2017: 300 Schools Worth The Investment

College Decision Day is fast approaching. High school seniors, transfer students, and their families will soon make one of the most important personal and financial decisions of their lives: What schools are worth the investment? With prices topping $80,000 for a public 4-year college degree and $180,000 for their private counterparts, selecting an undergraduate school is […]

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16 Oct
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5 Unbeatable Ways To Save Money In College.

College doesn’t come cheap. As collegiettes, we’re so focused on making the most of our four years on campus – balancing our classes and good grades with social lives, extracurriculars and even study abroad experiences. Every little bit of cash counts, so we’re sharing our favorite money-saving hacks to help you make the most of […]

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18 Sep
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Guide On How To Choose A College Major.

We know that choosing a college major can be overwhelming. But have no fear! Your choice of major will not lock you into a specific career for the rest of your life. That said, you WILL spend a lot of time on whatever subject you choose. Here’s what you need to know about college majors […]

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11 Sep
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Learn The Importance Of Leadership From Your On-Campus Experience.

Learning comes in many forms, but experiential learning is one of the most beneficial. This is why many universities include an internship or co-op in the curriculum. But, as anyone who has ever done an internship while also taking classes, internships aren’t always the most convenient addition to a student’s schedule. That’s where on-campus experiences […]

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27 Aug
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How Women’s Colleges Can Help Women To Thrive In STEM.

Women’s colleges provide a unique, supportive environment for women to succeed in science and math. For too many students, college is a time to give up on dreams of pursuing a science, technology, engineering or math career – and this is especially true for women and minorities. From 2009 to 2013, approximately 22 percent of women entered […]

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