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How Should High School Students Prepare Themselves For College

The competition for college is higher now more than ever before. Not only has child population increased, but there are more students coming out of high school considering college, between 1980 and 2012, college enrollment rates have increased from 26% to 41%. 397 more words

What It's All About

Another pin in my Map to ELSEWHERE has been added. This one is centered over a little place called College Orientation (Nursing Edition). It’s small, but not so small as the Nursing Information Session was. 1,026 more words


Getting Orientated

Today is Monday, but for once I’m not dreading everything that entails.

Possibly because I will only be at work for three and a half hours, this morning. 1,001 more words


Terminal Velocity

Just last night, I heard something on TV that made me pause. I actually pointed it out to my Significant Other, because I was so impressed by it and it seemed so brutally true. 1,065 more words


On the Road Again: 2016 Con Mi MADRE College Campus Tour

At the crack of dawn next Monday, March 14th, a full bus of 50 Con Mi MADRE mother-daughter teams and staff will be hitting the road for a campus visit to two campuses: … 553 more words

Acknowledging the gender gap of college enrollment

Philip Zoppi – General Assignment Reporter

Southern has 8,133 undergraduate students and 60 percent of them are female. This might seem odd, but is actually very common in the United States. 501 more words


Advice: To Enroll, Or Not To Enroll

Dear Bartender and Priestess,

When I first graduated high school, I spent a little over a year in college and then–can you guess?–I met a boy, fell in love, dropped out of college, got married, and started having babies. 1,583 more words