What’s the story with state tuitions in Florida?

February 13, 2013

No one likes tuition increases. Students are affected most directly. But when states face a budget deficit, they look to cut. Sometimes those cuts come from education. That creates a short fall for the university, who either has to offer less to students or raise their tuition. In some states- like Florida -public university tuition […]


Getting the Most From the Job Market

December 25, 2012

Picking your major in college can be crucial when it comes to your career and success. This infographic provides information about college majors and careers related to majors. It lists the top highest paying jobs, the income from jobs in the most popular majors and those from the least popular majors, and the majors with […]

Exposing the Student Loan Racket

Exposing the Student Loan Racket

August 8, 2012

Student loan debt, now at $830 billion, has surpassed credit card debt—a statement not likely to have been heard 20 years ago. Student loans, unlike any other form of debt, CANNOT be forgiven via bankruptcy—these loans MUST be repaid. Is this the next bubble to burst? Source

The College University Timeline

The College University Timeline

June 17, 2012

Since circa 800 A.D. man has sought out higher learning but the other than the enrollment process, education programs and where the best location to earn an education from, things have vastly changed. In here it highlights the college history timeline. Source

9 Interesting Facts About Pell Grants

9 Interesting Facts About Pell Grants

June 15, 2012

The Pell Grant is one of the most prized forms of financial aid – mostly because it is a grant, and therefore does not need to be paid back. Learn more about who gets Pell Grants and how much they’re getting. Source