The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology estimates there will be 1 million fewer graduates in the fields… Continue Reading
Many private colleges depend on tuition for their annual budgets. As summer rolls in, colleges that are not on target… Continue Reading
If you are like nearly half of all college students today, you count on financial aid to attend college. In… Continue Reading
On average, a college graduate earns just over $47,000 per year. On the other hand, individuals who possess only a high… Continue Reading
Often times, the library on campus is a dark, windowless building filled with rows of dusty, little-touched books. Quiet, institutional,… Continue Reading
Gov. Bobby Jindal’s plan to create a $40 million incentive fund to direct dollars to high-demand programs that will fill… Continue Reading
I’ve written quite a bit about students’ lack of preparation for both college and the job world. College-level educators complain… Continue Reading
These days, skills are increasingly valued over education, employers complain that college grads are unprepared for the real world and… Continue Reading
JStone / Shutterstock.com Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush, from opposing political parties, are likely the leading potential presidential candidates… Continue Reading
One great way to get some money in your pocket for college expenses is to work over the summer. Whether… Continue Reading
Frugal Dad will help you start planning now for college costs down the road - the obvious ones as well as the surprise expenses that can pop up on you.
You can do a lot to reduce the financial burden of attending school. Frugal Scholar offers some hints and advice to help you negotiate some of the expenses of going to school or avoid them all together.