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Category :: College Articles Author :: C. Bailey-Lloyd 
 Article Title :: Naturopathic Schools
NATUROPATHIC SCHOOLS instruct in Naturopathic medicine which is an holistic approach that relies on natural remedies altogether. Sunlight, air, and water are thought of as natural healers; this, along with nutritional supplements and massage therapies are all part of naturopathic medicine.Naturopathic Schools are usually comprised of a four-year degree program with prerequisites closely resembling those of conventional medical schools. Earning your degree in Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine is the ultimate goal through naturopathic school training.Naturopathic Schools require four years of study in medical sciences including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, micro  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Susan Fee 
 Article Title :: Self-Injury on College Campuses
Self injury is intentionally causing self-inflicted physical pain in order to cope with overwhelming feelings, traumatic events, or severe emotional pain. The person is not “crazy,” but rather just never learned appropriate ways to express intense feelings. Some of the most common ways to self-injure include cutting, burning, hitting, scratching, and pulling hair. A person who self-injures usually does so in private. She does not typically flaunt or brag about injuries. Although some men self-injure, the behavior is more prevalent amongst women. The reasons vary. Some who self-mutilate say it helps to release pain, while others say it offers distraction from traumatic memories. For s  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: C. Bailey-Lloyd 
 Article Title :: Chiropractic Colleges
Before CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES & SCHOOLS accept one into their educational systems, it is recommended that students have earned a degree in the arts or sciences from an accredited college or university. Chiropractic colleges and schools also require applicants to have at least 90 semester hours in English, social sciences or humanities, organic and inorganic chemistry, biology, physics, and psychology as well.Chiropractic colleges and schools offer education and training in chiropractic health treatments. Teaching a broad spectrum of topics of diagnostics and treatment for persons suffering from muscular, nervous and skeletal system problems; chiropractic colleges and schools stand s  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Susan Fee 
 Article Title :: College Freshman: How to Get Over Homesickness
Whether you’re a freshman or a senior, studying abroad or going to college in your hometown – it’s natural to have a period of adjustment when you leave home. Experiencing new things and meeting different people can be exciting and stressful at the same time. Sometimes, it can make you feel a deep desire to return to the people and situations you know best.The good news is that homesickness goes away eventually. As you gradually get used to your new surroundings, you’ll grow more comfortable. You’ll also gain a sense of confidence and independence by knowing that you can learn to adjust. Here are some tips to help ease your transition.Accept that things will b  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Susan Fee 
 Article Title :: College Study Tips: Work Smarter, Not Harder
Here are some benefits to studying for your college classes the right way: more leisure time, less stress, less pressure from your parents, less debt, better grades, and better career opportunities. Sound worthwhile? That doesn’t mean there isn’t work involved, but it’s how you accomplish the work that matters. You can either work smarter, or keep spinning your wheels while barely hanging on to passing grades. Follow these tips to make the most of your time and mental resources:Establish Successful Habits. Here’s a simple formula: Successful habits lead to success and unsuccessful habits lead to failure. Commit to studying by establishing a set time and place. Elim  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Susan Fee 
 Article Title :: College Residence Life Staff: Speak to Gain Respect
When you speak, do residents listen or ignore you? If you’re having trouble commanding respect, it could be the way you’re saying it. Here is a list of words that can sabotage your effectiveness as a communicator. See if you recognize any of these red flags in your speech:Should, Have to: These come across as condescending. Instead of telling people what they should do, offer suggestions. Then let them decide.Always, Never, Everyone, Nobody: These words rarely paint an accurate picture and come across as over-dramatizing. You’ll lose credibility. Instead, use words such as “sometimes,” “occasionally,” or “some people.”But: This negates everything   (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: David Coxell 
 Article Title :: Reducing the Administrative Burden for Further Education Colleges
The introduction of the Government’s Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) in September 2004 meant that more young people from poorer backgrounds could afford to stay on in further education instead of being forced to find work.But the scheme brought with it an extra administrative burden for further education (FE) colleges. They now have to manage enrolment in the scheme, monitor attendance and notify the Assessment and Payment Body of their decisions to pay EMA students, or not pay, where applicable.It is estimated that about half of all 16-year-olds studying in England qualify for the EMA. To receive the allowance, students must attend at least 12 hours of supervised fu  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Reecy Aresty 
 Article Title :: Creating the Acceptable College Applicant
America’s colleges and universities no longer have enough room to accommodate all the qualified students who apply. As a result, schools are forced to reject far more applicants than they accept. The goal of admissions committees is to weed out the qualified masses and fill their halls with resourceful, well-rounded acceptable students. In today’s highly competitive college admissions process, knowing how to present a student to be acceptable not only substantially increases the chances of being admitted, but is an essential factor for success after college.No one knows exactly how every school goes about the acceptance and elimination process, and no two schools follow exac  (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Reecy Aresty 
 Article Title :: The College-Bound Student's Early Bird Menu
Many parents and students I counsel confuse Early Admission, Early Read, Early Decision, Early Action and Early Notification. How these and the other admission strategies listed below are used, will determine the course of the student’s college years. Understanding them is an absolute must!Early Admission: Typically, the student applies to college at the beginning of the junior year and simply goes through the process earlier. However, Early Admission is seldom used as it only applies to the most exceptional students who complete all high school requirements prior to the 12th grade, or even earlier. Although it is not binding, I strongly recommend that the student demonstrate a   (read full article)
Category :: College Articles Author :: Reecy Aresty 
 Article Title :: Getting Into College No Longer A Numbers Game!
Sending your kids to college has never been more difficult or more expensive, and outstanding grades no longer guarantee admission! Student competition is at an all-time high and families now face the toughest admissions committees in history, soaring tuition costs, and a financial aid system designed to eliminate all but the most knowledgeable and persistent applicants.America is knee deep in an unsung higher education crisis that is affecting families from all walks of life. Most high school parents are not skilled in college admissions, and the vast majority of those braving the financial aid process without professional help fall victim to a system plagued by complication and c  (read full article)
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