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Three Things to Understand In Order to Win More Scholarships

Summer is coming to a close, and smart students spent time during the months off from school searching, researching, applying to and winning scholarships.  Whether you did or not, it is never too late (as long as you are still a student). 295 more words


For sale: Steve McQueen's 1967 Ferrari

For sale: Steve McQueen’s 1967 Ferrari

The red 1967 sports car is expected to fetch millions at auction

You could own this today. Contact us and get a car loan, interest as low as 3%. 11 more words

The Starbucks Plan: A Big Step Forward, But Challenges Remain

Our WICHE Colleague, Patrick Lane, senior policy analyst and the project coordinator for the Adult College Completion Network, shares with us today a recap, originally posted on the ACCN blog, of what the Starbucks-ASU partnership means for employees and how for many of them, as adult students with many commitments, there are still barriers the program doesn’t address. 857 more words


Graduate School is nothing like Undergrad: 5 ways it is more Rewarding

When talking to undergraduate students or even those in the workforce considering going back to school for their Master’s, I am always asked, “How is it different?” It is very different, and in a good way. 750 more words



Today is a red-letter day for me. You know on the calendar when they put special days in red and the font is big and bold or circled? 599 more words

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Central Scholarship program offers a future for Pittsburgh’s Jewish students

In just a few weeks, many young adults will be heading off to college, perhaps for the very first time. As many students and their families know all too well, funding for higher education can be difficult to come by, and a scholarship, no matter the amount, can make all the difference for a young adult pursuing higher education. 415 more words