IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. If you have the aspirations of a world traveler but the bank account of a broke college student, you’re probably wondering how much an educational trip overseas would cost you. You’re not alone in asking this question. The expense of studying abroad can be considerable. In fact, price is “the . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. If you have your heart set on earning a degree from a college with a high price tag, there may be ways to make your education more affordable than you might think. By selecting a school that offers a great value and meets students’ financial needs, you can earn a . . .
A convicted felon is free to pursue any degree she or he wished; however they may be limited in finding work in some particular fields more than others. For example, handling large sums of money for a financial institution such as a bank may not be an option for someone with a prior conviction on . . .
History The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) started allowing formal athletic scholarships in 1957. At the time scholarships lasted for four years, much to the dismay of coaches and athletic directors. Eventually, turmoil arose between then NCAA executive director Walter Byers, who served from 1951 to 1988, and the school athletic directors and coaches. This . . .
Overview Whether the student is attending a brick-and-mortar school or enrolled in an online degree program-it's an expensive proposition. The average cost of an in-state school is close to $9,000 for tuition alone. Online programs are not always the answer, as this cost varies from college to college. Some institutions charge as much per credit . . .
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Military service is a powerful force for good in the world and in the domestic sphere. Servicemen and women are some of the strongest, most noble and most altruistic people around. Unfortunately, when the tour of duty ends and it's time to return to civilian life, military veterans tend to get the short end of . . .