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High Tech = Higher Graduation Rates

Georgia State is always looking out for its Panthers and it shows through how we use technology and collaboration to help them stay on the path to graduation. 657 more words

These are the best men's lacrosse colleges in the U.S.

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Lacrosse is one of the oldest team sports in North America. When originally played by Native Americans, the game was a major holiday that could last from dawn to dusk, spanning several days. 1,318 more words

Syracuse University

Things I Think About Education - Part II

What to look for in a college

As for college, if I were a graduating high school senior today:

Lessons Learned

Jump-Start College Planning

 Your junior year of high school is a key year in the college planning process. This is the year many of you will take standardized tests like the SAT and ACT for the first time, take upper-level honors, AP, or IB classes, strengthen your participation in extra-curricular activities, explore internship and volunteer opportunities, and begin researching colleges. 1,024 more words

Admissions

A major in Political Science & Government introduce students to the theory and practice of politics. Classes focus primarily on American politics, comparative politics, international politics and political theory. 1,339 more words

Harvard University

Scholarships

Debt… No student wants to acquire debt to further their education. However, for many individuals they no other choice than take out loans for classes, books, and other expenses. 187 more words

Choosing a college: What is best for you?

Throughout my collegiate career, I have been asked why did I choose Cleary University; without hesitation, I reply with the following reasons:

Class sizes: At Cleary University, the class sizes are small enough that the instructors are able to learn about each individual and assist them when they are struggling. 458 more words