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There isn’t a week that goes by without a campus free speech controversy reaching the headlines. Check out this year's ten worst schools for free speech according to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).
For those whose kids are interested in pursuing a career as a humanities professor, read the following article from The Chronicle of Higher Education and be warned.
"On February 13, the Admissions Office at the University of Pennsylvania launched a free online learning course to help students and parents in the college admissions process." Find out more!
"What is a leader really and how do we determine leadership potential? This is a dilemma that has stumped college admission officers and intimidated prospective applicants for ages." Check out the definition of "leadership!"
"Heavy drinking among college students is one of the most common misconceptions of many people about college students is that they are engaged to excessive drinking, but a study suggests that this is not always the case."
The Common Application, used by nearly 700 colleges and universities in the United States and abroad for admissions, just announced its essay prompts for the 2017-2018 college admissions season—and there are some big changes from last year.
Darron Collins, president of the private College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, advises families on the best way to decide on a college
Business is the most-popular major on college campuses these days, but the National Survey of Student Engagement reveals some keys reasons why this is not always the best choice. Let us know your thoughts!