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Extended Learning, talk to academic and financial Aid advisors, and even sit in on sample classes. We are excited to be able to offer sample classes that give students an idea of what they can expect to find in the classroom. It's a terrific
Re The Wrong Ratings , by Bradley W...Ratings systems, by their choice of metrics, must assume that colleges have roughly the same mission and that students have the same goals...More generally, reformers' knee-jerk enthusiasm for sharing ever more
Fewer young people plan to go to local university BBC News education correspondent Students want to travel further afield rather than stay close to home Students are increasingly likely to want to go to university outside their local area, suggests
Tuesday December 17, 2013 Dear Mr Bassie, I am already in the United Kingdom and I intend to further my education while I am here, but I understand that there are some new requirements that have been put in place for prospective students. I am hoping
November 9, 2013 At Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Me., admissions officers are still talking about the high school senior who attended a campus information session last year for prospective students. Throughout the presentation, she apparently posted
Sun-Star staff Hundreds of prospective students and their parents turned out Saturday at UC Merced for Preview Day. The day is geared toward giving possible applicants a chance to see the campus for themselves, ask questions of faculty and staff,
President Barack Obama often discusses how to change higher education in the U.S., but it's rare for the Harvard Law School graduate to specifically call out law schools . Aug. 23. "In the first two years young people are learning in the classroom.
Prospective college students can spend hours on a road trip or combing different websites to learn about schools, but a newer, faster option has emerged. Colleges and prospective students are hopping on the social video bandwagon to catch each other'
At least two thirds of the protesters have now received disciplinary letters, and it seems random some people who were featured prominently in the protest didn't, and others did, Karenina Rojas, one of the protesters and a college senior, told
Photos Wichita State University couldn't buy the national exposure it's getting from the Shockers' stunning run to the Final Four in Atlanta. If such positive attention had a price, it would cost millions of dollars, experts say...The team is on a