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As more and more traditional four-year colleges and universities increase their online learning options, you might be wondering if taking an online course is right for you. Explore some of the pros and cons of online learning to find out if you should venture into the virtual classroom. Online Learning…

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A Chase Bank employee, a transfer student and a commuter. No, this isn‘t the beginning of a bad joke. Instead, they are all the titles that DePaul junior Kevin Martinez holds in an attempt to manage the university‘s rising tuition rates. With the economy constantly in flux, the stigma of…

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After choosing the college you’re going to attend, the next decision is not a minor one – it’s a major one. Selecting the right college major – one that aligns with your interests, abilities, and career goals – can help shape your college experience and prepare you for the future….

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For 2014-15, the average sticker price at an in-state, four-year public school rose 3% to $18,943 (including tuition, fees, and room and board), according to the College Board. Considering that the total average cost for private schools reached $42,419, attending school at an in-state public college remains an effective way…

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The difference between the projected salaries of the highest- and lowest-earning bachelor’s degrees is clear, but not all students may choose majors with future salaries in mind. While those with a bachelor’s degree in health and STEM fields might have a starting median annual salary of around $40,000, those in…

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