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Category :: College Articles Author :: David Chandler 
 Article Title :: Art Schools
An Art school has a primary focus on the visual arts, such as graphic design, illustration, painting, photography, and sculpture. They are specific to the type of education that you wish to obtain. Art schools differ from larger institutions by degrees including such classes as science and math. When the school is considered an accredited college, you can still obtain a bachelor of Fine Arts degree. There are certain criteria that you need to meet in order to be accepted into an art school. What the admissions committees look for in an applicant is:Grades: the committee wants to make sure that the future student will be successful and thrive under academic pressure.Stude  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Kelly Garbato 
 Article Title :: A Student's Guide to Subject Directories
Students increasingly turn to the Internet to help them with their coursework. Subject directories can be especially useful, whether you are in search of a movie review or a biography of Galileo. However, subject directories - like many online tools - can sometimes blur the distinction between information and advertisements.Subject directories are collections of links to web sites, categorized into different subject areas. Human volunteers or employees can perform this task, or it might be automated by way of computer programs. Subject directories may be made by anyone, but there are two main types of directories.Academic or professional subject directories are created a  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Melissa Steele 
 Article Title :: M.B.A. Overview
Students entering business school to earn their M.B.A. degree will need varied skills and have basic proficiency in certain areas. The level of math skills necessary in business school will vary depending on the program. Many Master of Business Administration programs require statistics, algebra, and most likely, calculus. You may want to refresh your skills if they are in question before entering an M.B.A. program. Most business schools require the use of personal computers throughout your M.B.A. program. Many schools will require that you have your own laptop. Though the extent to which you use a computer will vary, you should be comfortable with word processing, spreadsheets and da  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Matthew Goodfellow 
 Article Title :: A Global University Project
It's true. University and college students do have the "ideal" life. We share rooms with our friends, and have our own little, segmented communities. We are learning the secrets of the universe, developing our minds into powerful tools that can do anything we want. We have everything we need within walking distance of our rooms (well, mostly) and we don't even have to cook for ourselves. On top of it all, we are in a highly concentrated area of prospective mates. Could anything be easier? I say "heck yes it can be easier!"The reason for saying this is simply that there are many stereotypes surrounding university students and the like. Most of them either stating how l  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: David Lithman 
 Article Title :: Paying for College: Scholarships and Federal Aid
Well the weekend has come and gone, and I still have no students seeking advice. Please email me your questions, I’m begging you! It’s partly my fault because I’m still slacking on advertising this blog. There’s a lesson for all the students out there. Don’t slack. I slacked a lot of my way through college. It works for the time being, but later on it will come back to haunt you. Try to instill solid work methods now while you still have a chance, or else when you’re twenty-something and working a full-time job, you will only think about ways to get you work done without actually working.On to today’s topic: Paying for College. Getting the funds for college and living  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: David Lithman 
 Article Title :: College Roommates Part I - Dorm Life
Whether you are moving into the dorm as a freshman, or a senior looking for a nice house close to campus, odds are you will be living with roommates. There are very few college students who live by themselves, mostly because it is too expensive. In college towns, rent for a single apartment can reach up to $750 a month. It might not seem like a lot, and maybe it isn’t if your parents are paying for it, but for the majority of students $750 a month is not reasonable. The solution to lower rent is living with roommates. In this article I will talk about the pros and cons of living with roommates, how to find roommates, and I’ll share some of my experiences along the way. This will be a   (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: David Lithman 
 Article Title :: Buying College Textbooks
High school students take having free books for granted. Most incoming college freshmen are in for a big shock when they see the price of their new calculus book. That's what my advice is here for. $150 for one book is a lot to swallow, not to mention the $30 lab manual that comes with it. Oh and did you forget the $15 CD too? Buying textbooks is very, very expensive. On average a student buying his/her books from the school bookstore can expect to pay anywhere from $300-$400. So you’re looking at spending nearly $750 for books the whole year. In this article I am going to discuss some of the unconventional means of acquiring your books for the semester.Nearly all incoming studen  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Melissa Steele 
 Article Title :: Business Degree Basics
Are you a strong raconteur who is good at organizing a team? Do you like working with numbers and solving math problems? Are you skilled in using computers? These qualities are indispensable for success in today's competitive business world. If this is what you like to do, you should consider a major in Business.Today’s business school students will experience a broad-based education that focuses on a lot more than business-related courses. In your first two years you will take courses in arts and sciences like classes in calculus, psychology and/or sociology, economics, computers, writing, communications, accounting, and statistics. Your professional business education generally  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: David Lithman 
 Article Title :: Choosing Your Major
So you're an incoming freshman or an underclassman who is still undecided and the question everyone asks you "What's your major?" is getting on your last nerves. I've heard it a thousand times, and trust me, the only question you will hate being asked more than "What's your major?" is "What do you want to do after graduation?". But we'll get into the graduation question some other day. For now let's concentrate on choosing your major.I went to freshman orientation at the University of Florida not knowing what I wanted to do with my life (and honestly, 6 months after graduation and working in the real world, I still don't know the answer). Like many of you, I felt pressure to give t  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: David Lithman 
 Article Title :: College Roommates Part II - Life After Dorms
College Roommates Part II - Life After Dorms Most incoming college freshmen live in the dorms their first year. In my opinion this is a wise decision and an excellent opportunity to experience new things. However, not all freshmen live in the dorms. Some move straight into apartments, condos, or houses. In College Roommates Part II, I will discuss my experiences living with roommates in an apartment. Not all are good, but overall apartment life in 100 times better than being in a dorm.I moved into my first apartment in August of my sophomore year. I decided to find a place with a friend (we’ll call him Mike) I have known for years. We asked several of our other high school frie  (read full article)
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