The University of Facebook

The University of Facebook

May 16, 2013

Facebook started as a network between Harvard college students to network and socialize but has evolved to modify how people around the world keep in touch and view friends. Facebook is even finding its way back into the university life only this time in the classrooms and is taking its best friends YouTube and Twitter […]

The Heaviest Price Tags in Education

The Heaviest Price Tags in Education

March 30, 2013

While colleges and universities nationwide struggle to balance big bills with slashed budgets and endowments, tuition continues to go up and up. Take a look at some of the heaviest price tags in higher education that are driving more and more students online and to community college. Source

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Filling the Gaps in Funding Undergraduate Education

March 2, 2013

It is no secret that college is expensive and tuition costs are continuing to rise. Let’s examine the costs associated with a college education, including the hidden costs you may not be factoring in like health fees, gas money, entertainment and all the Red Bull you’ll consume during finals. The graphic also outlines how funding […]

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The Freshers Week Survival Guide

February 28, 2013

This infographic is targeted at students who are attending their Fresher’s Week, it is a health guide which offers health advice and information on common illnesses and dangers being a Fresher. Source

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International Students in the U.S.

February 24, 2013

The United States is the top destination for international students in the world. China has recently become the top source of international students for the U.S. and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. International students are critical revenue sources for colleges and universities and have a huge impact on the U.S. economy. Source

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College Readiness

January 9, 2013

Many of today’s high school students are graduating without the skills or knowledge necessary to succeed in college. As a result, many require remediation or drop out of college. We explore how unprepared U.S. students really are, and discuss the implications. Source

How BIG is the Super Bowl?

How BIG is the Super Bowl?

November 22, 2012

“Alex Rodriguez became the seventh baseball player to hit 600 home runs. Source

374 Years of Higher Education

374 Years of Higher Education

November 12, 2012

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For-Profit Colleges

For-Profit Colleges

November 3, 2012

Have you recently seen an ad encouraging you to “go to school in your pajamas”? It’s pretty likely you have, since these ads seem to have become ubiquitous lately. These days, there is a wide range of for-profit universities and many of them are indeed thriving by allowing students to attend class online (and not […]

Dorm Room Makeover: From Drab and Dreary to Bright and Airy

Dorm Room Makeover: From Drab and Dreary to Bright and Airy

November 2, 2012

The thrill of starting college and moving out of your parents’ home can be swiftly undermined by the sight of your new dorm room. Concrete walls, dingy floor and lousy lighting – this is hardly an ivory tower! Don’t despair. With a little creativity and very little cash, you can transform your space from an […]

Which Degrees are Worth The Debt?

Which Degrees are Worth The Debt?

November 1, 2012

Student loan horror stories are a dime a dozen. Everyone has met (or heard of) a philosophy major who owes $100,000 and can’t find work. Yet, beneath all the negativity, some degrees still offer high enough incomes to justify the costs of earning them. Today, we break down which degrees will help your career instead […]

Differences Between Colleges

Differences Between Colleges

October 17, 2012

Financial differences between each type of college (For-profit Online, For-profit Campus, Community College, State College, and University) for each level of degree. Source