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  • Financing a College Education

    Financing a College Education

    While some people still think college is just for rich people, there are tools to help make college affordable for all students.

    By: Chris Wills
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Finding Your Career Fit

    Finding Your Career Fit

    So here you are well into high school and you have no idea what the heck you want to do for the rest of your life. Major problems, right? Don’t panic yet.

    By: Brian Dorrington
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • It’s Not Easy Being First

    It’s Not Easy Being First

    College can seem daunting if no one else in your family has attended.

    By: Taylor Engler
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • No es Fácil Ser el Primero

    No es Fácil Ser el Primero

    Ser el primer miembro de la familia que va a la Universidad es un gran honor y un gran reto.

    By: Taylor Engler
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • No-Brainers for College Applications

    No-Brainers for College Applications

    In their haste to get their college applications submitted, high school students often neglect to remember the application is the first thing admissions counselors see. Many students fill out the most basic information on an application but miss some of the small, yet important, details. An incomplete or incorrectly completed application can make even the most stellar student’s efforts look sub-par. Make sure you get yours right by following these tips.

    By: Flora Richards Gustafson
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • ROTC—College with a Twist

    ROTC—College with a Twist

    Looking for a way to pay for college and have a guaranteed job upon graduation?

    By: Dennis Owen Frohlich
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Finding My Fit

    Finding My Fit

    Every choice that I have made in my life has led me to where I am today. I am a 22-year old wife and mother of one and one on the way. I am a soldier in the U.S. Army.

    By: Brittany Wells
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Los Beneficios Involuntarios

    Los Beneficios Involuntarios

    ¿Cuáles son las características que definen a una buena universidad?  ¿Será la reputación académica, el rango, el éxito de los alumnos, o las perspectivas de empleo para sus egresados?

    Originalmente, yo tenía todas esas características en mente mientras buscaba universidades. Mi experiencia me ha enseñado que una universidad no sólo necesita tener esas características, sino que también tiene que proveer al estudiante con una plataforma para poder convertirse en una mejor persona. Mi proceso de elección de universidad tomó un giro inesperado, que me llevó a elegir una universidad que considero estupenda.

    By: Anderson Nelson
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • The Unintentional Benefits of the Waiting List

    The Unintentional Benefits of the Waiting List

    What are the characteristics that define a great college? Is it the academic reputation, ranking, alumni success, or prospects for employment for its graduates?

    Originally, I had all these factors in mind when I was selecting an institution to attend. My experience has taught me that college should not only possess those qualitative factors, but it should provide you with a platform to become a better person. My college decision process took an unexpected turn, and that led me to a college that I call great.

    By: Anderson Nelson
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • My Advice to You - Antonio

    My Advice to You - Antonio

    As you should all know by now, high school is a place to make friends, develop your knowledge, and be a part of a team. However, as you become upperclassmen, the objective changes.

    You will realize that the key to making your high school years successful will be whether or not you prepared yourself for life after high school. It is easy to fall down due to the enormous pressure placed on seniors and juniors, but the true mark of a diligent student is to see whether or not he or she shrugged off the stress and got back up.

    Therefore, the most important advice I could give to my fellow students would be to set aside time and get the process done early. By devising a plan to attack the meat and potatoes of the post-high school process (SATs and college applications), you can focus on the other aspects of high school life later.

    Antonio Robinson
    Posted: September 13, 2013
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