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Getting into Grad School: The Basics You Should Know

During the last year of pursuing a Bachelors degree, most college students begin to think about what their next step is. Some after graduation choose to get a job, others will volunteer abroad, or intern for a company or organization, while others will go off to graduate school. However, if you have decided to go […]

Campus Couture: Leather Jackets Collegiate Style

A leather jacket is one of those wardrobe staples that is always in style. It’s a simple must-have piece that will take you from classes to parties and adds a touch of rocker-chic to your style. You can test the waters with a cheap version, but if you love the look, don’t be afraid to […]

What Do You Want to Be? Six Traditional Career Options and Why They Are Great

With the advent of technology, there are various types of careers and options for education in order to prepare people for these careers. The options are endless for non-traditional employment opportunities. However, there are still career paths out there that are considered more traditional – careers that often provide economic and financial stability. Here are […]

Four Ways Students Can Start Building Credit

Building a good credit score is very important for a young adult just getting started on their own. You’re young and independent, but if you misuse the financial freedom easy credit provides, it can come back to bite you in a big way further down the road. Banks aren’t going to want to lend you […]

The Irresistible Draw of Distance Learning

There’s a received wisdom that once you’re done with secondary school, a trip to a bricks and mortar university is the only next logical step. With many workplaces not quite accepting those just out of the education system, the only option seems to be to jump right back into the fray, gaining a degree and […]

5 Best College Pre-Med Programs in the US

The road to becoming a physician is long and extremely difficult. Taking any 12 year (minimum) post-secondary academic path is brave, but deciding on the pre-medical track is especially so, due to the difficulty of the coursework and the length of time and money spent on school, books and supplies, moving expenses, internships and residencies. […]