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Imagine receiving an email from your dream college or university congratulating you on your acceptance. It's a great feeling, right? Now imagine receiving a follow-up email from that same school stating that admissions decision you waited so long to hear was sent in error. Worst. Day. Ever.

Congrats! Or Not…

March 26, 2014
by Mike Sheffey
With False Acceptance Emails on the Rise, Be Sure to Double Check Your Admissions Decision
When considering the true cost of a college education, students must remember to factor in not only tuition but mandatory fees, room and board, books, supplies and living expenses. That is unless you're from Tennessee, where the governor has proposed free community college for all high school graduates. That’s right: All high school graduates in the state would have the option to attend a community or technical college for two years for free!

Tennessee Governor Proposes Free Community College

February 4, 2014
by Suada Kolovic
When considering the true cost of a college education, students must remember to factor in not only tuition but mandatory fees, room and board, books, supplies and living expenses. That is unless
A University of Virginia medical student who thought he was taking part in a routine training exam is now being credited with potentially saving a man’s life!

UVA Med Student Saves Man’s Life During Training Exam

January 14, 2014
by Suada Kolovic
A University of Virginia medical student who thought he was taking part in a routine training exam is now being credited with potentially saving a man’s life! According to the University of Virginia
An important consideration when choosing a major is the possibility of gaining lucrative employment following graduation. In a perfect world, the best college major would simply be the one that interests you the most, period. Naturally, your level of interest in the field should be weighed more heavily than any other, as this is something of which you intend to make a career. If you’re really passionate about a certain field that won’t necessarily have you retiring early (social workers, for example, make an average of $39,400 per year), don’t let a potential salary sway you. Helping others or entering a career you love is priceless, and many of the careers below will require some study beyond undergraduate school for you to advance in those fields. But if you have a particular knack for math or science and aren't necessarily sure where those skills would translate best, consider the kinds of careers that could offer a generous return for your investment.

Top 10 Highest Paying College Majors

January 10, 2014
by Suada Kolovic
An important consideration when choosing a major is the possibility of gaining lucrative employment following graduation. In a perfect world, the best college major would simply be the one that
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