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College Admissions: Helpful Facts for Soon-to-be Freshman Students

Mar 31, 2017 AM EDT College admissions is a daunting and tough process for soon-to-be freshman students, but here some helpful information to help them get a good grip on how they get started.

Oxford Study Reveals how Playing Tetris Prevents Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT A study conducted by a team of reserchers from Oxford University has found that playing tetris helps people avoid post traumatic stress disorder.

Student Debt Solution: Colleges Adapt LRAP Program to Help Students Pay Debt

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT The burden of student debt is one of the biggest reasons why millennials find it hard to start investing, and that is why more colleges today adapt to a program called LRAP which makes it easier for ...

University of Missouri Students Spend Spring Breaks by Giving Back to the Community

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT This is how the University of Missouri spent their spring breaks.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Ivanka Trump Highlight STEM Education For Young Girls

Mar 29, 2017 PM EDT Ivanka Trump joined Education Secretary Betsy DeVos at the event in Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum held for local school kids which aim to highlight the importance of women in the STEM ...

Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts Might Impact Maine Universities

Mar 29, 2017 AM EDT Maine's public university system, and team of researchers are taking a close look at President Donald Trump's proposed budget cuts as it might have a dramatic impact on their existing programs.

Hillsdale College Hosts Science Olympiad In Michigan

Mar 29, 2017 AM EDT Students from all over Michigan have gathered at Hillsdale College to participate in the region 9 Science Olympiad where they take on the challenge in science-related events.

Stanford University Creates DIY Robotics Kit to Help STEM Students

Mar 29, 2017 AM EDT A team of researchers from Stanford University created robotics capable of handling and transferring precise amount of fluids between experimental dishes.The invention aims to also help students who ...

Myths and Realities about College Admissions

Mar 29, 2017 AM EDT Here are some myths and truths about college admissions.

What Too Much Academic Support Does To Asian-American Students, Study Reveals

Mar 28, 2017 AM EDT Study has found that too much academic support may not be necessarily beneficial to Asian-American students.

Mentor U: Students Experience College Life Through Local Program

Mar 28, 2017 AM EDT Students in Jackson, Tennessee got to experience college life through a local program called Mentor U, where they receive mentorship and given a chance to tour a college campus to get the feel of what ...

Carnegie Mellon University's Girls of Steel: Successful Approach to Get More Girls to Study STEM

Mar 28, 2017 AM EDT Carnegie Mellon University's Girls of Steel group encourage and increase the interest of girls into the STEM fields by having a robotics competition involving 50 girls from 20 different high schools ...

Study Reveals How Cost Is The Reason Students Opt Out Of Their Top College Choice

Mar 28, 2017 AM EDT A study has shown that the high cost of colleges is one of the major reasons why many students decline their top college choice.

New Report Shows how Higher Education Becomes Unaffordable For Most College Students

Mar 27, 2017 PM EDT According to the analysis by the Institute for Higher Education Policy, higher education is still unaffordable to most students even if they take advantage of student loans.

College Visits And How To Make The Most Of It

Mar 27, 2017 PM EDT Here are ways on how students can make the most of their college visits.

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