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5 On Campus Offices Your Child Should Visit on any College Tour

College tours often skip important offices: student money management, career services and academic department offices. 

Last Minute Summer Career Exploration Activities

Summer is a great time for short career exploration activities that can boost your career knowledge and help you choose ...

Should I participate in a work-study program or get a part-time job?

If you fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you may be eligible to participate in the Federal ...

What Jobs Are Available During College?

As a student, you may be responsible for all or the majority of the cost of attending college, or maybe you just need so...

What are Income Sharing Agreements and Are They Right for Me?

Heading into your college career the thought of thousands of dollars of student loan debt can be a burdensome feeling.

What should you do in college to maximize your success after graduation?

You might have heard the phrase before: “it’s not where you go, it’s what you do when you’re there.” While we should be ...

Which College Majors Make the Most Money? The Answer May Surprise You

Which college majors pay the most?  Researcher Hannah Kwak looks into the top college majors in demand offering high ear...

What is the Difference Between College Degrees?

Welcome to the world of higher education! There are so many options and so much terminology in this place, where do you ...

What are the Lowest-Paying College Majors?

Among the many factors which can determine the value of your college degree, such as job satisfaction or personal aptitu...

Should I Major in the Liberal Arts?

If you major in English, history, or another liberal arts discipline, will you be able to find a job? New data on hireab...

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