My degree is hardly a topic of any conversation and certainly not a point of pride.
kwäləfəˈkāSH(ə)n/ or, How Meaningful Are Degrees, Really? or, Why I'm not eligible for an MA in Creative Writing
I didn't write to that first editor - or anybody else - out of a sense of entitlement or arrogance and certainly not because
As a college student myself, I constantly find myself wondering if I am wasting my energy and time almost every day. Falling into debt by the tens of thousands, and losing sleep almost every night is a big price to pay for a degree that may or may not make a huge difference.
The federal FAFSA deadline is quickly approaching on June 30, so be sure to file as soon as possible so that you're eligible
In 2016, getting a college degree is not enough. By not equipping our low-income kids with the skills needed to connect with jobs, not only are they missing out, we are, too.
Blocks, Legos, and robotics kits litter your living room floor. Sometimes you even let your kid play with them. You are legitimately
Most people trade time for money. The more successful people trade ideas that solve problems for money. Money flows like
Many kids today are strongly urged to go to college, but don't like the usual route to get there--an emphasis on academic subjects. Therefore, they find high school "boring." Career/technical education can be attractive to those students because its purpose is to teach skills needed to get a job.
I am submitting my annual Christmas list with the hope that you will recognize how good my fellow college presidents and I have tried to be during the past year. We have strived to remain student-centered, faculty-friendly, alumni-attentive, constituent-conscious, and donor-diligent.
To commemorate these new findings and celebrate the growth of the industry, ESA and the Higher Education Video Game Alliance
Every day on my campus, I encounter and interact with students who at one time thought, or perhaps were told, that college was not a place for them. Unfortunately, too many students with the ability to succeed in college have the same experience.
New information released on the economic value of different college degrees just upped the ante on an already major life decision. America's college students - whether they are high school graduates or an increasing number of middle-aged adults pursuing bachelors degrees - face dramatically varying risks and returns depending on their chosen major.