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Lawsuit states for-profit school misleads students in criminal justice program; Westwood official says school continues to cooperate with state, "proud of our legacy"
Fake ID App Removed From App Store After Senator Complains Courtesy: the Huffington Post Need a fake ID? There was an app for that, until it was pulled from the App Store earlier this week. Pennsylvania Senator
A collection of news articles about various happenings on US college campuses. Courtesy: Huffington Post College Section...
Texas Group Will Offer Scholarships To White Men Only A new Texas non-profit plans to extend scholarship support to those they say are undersupported in higher education: white men. The group, called the Former Majority Association for
Hey high school seniors. I have some news for you, according to the video and articles link (see link below), you guys are not ready for college.
It seems that several groups from teachers, to parents to administrators
Myrna Brady, a 79 year old woman, graduated from Governors State University this past Saturday, June 12, 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts. Governors State University is located in the Chicago South Suburbs, just 35
Nearly 25% of freshman at 4-year colleges drop out in the High school students, are not prepared with the management and life skills needed to succeed in college.
Bad news for the economy is bad news for students, too. They can expect higher tuition, smaller scholarships, more rejection letters and bigger classes. Here's U.S. News's guide to get you through.
How to protect your professional reputation as more businesses use social networking to check out applicants As graduation rapidly approaches, students have been frantically searching for work after college. And while they’ve likely bought a new, more
When it comes to hate and racism, there is a tendency to think that certain places are above such pettiness. Our college campuses are thought to be one of those places. However, we eventually come to the realization that