Upper Iowa University (UIU) has been named the top college in the nation for serving veterans. According to Military Times, UIU ranks first among colleges and universities providing online and nont…
A Chance To Ask Rabbis Tough Questions
Rider University Network offers students the chance to learn TV production
Rider University Network (R.U.N.), the student-managed TV station, is seeking new members to become part of a group that offers countless opportunities within television production, both on and off camera.
‘Top School’ in military and veteran education
Military Advanced Education & Transition (MAE&T) has once again awarded Upper Iowa University (UIU) the designation of a “Top School” in its 2018 MAE&T Guide to Colleges & Universit…
How to Decode Your College Financial Aid Offer
College financial aid letters can be confusing, so Consumer Reports offers some tips to help you navigate the process.
Why You Should Give Kosher Restaurants A Second Chance
Someone who puts effort into a kosher dining experience will find an array of options the likes of which modern history has never known before.
Investment Banking Veteran Offers Career Advice to College’s Students
Thomas Aquinas College’s new vice president for finance, Dennis McCarthy, met with members of the student business club on Sunday to offer advice on career discernment, graduate school, and the post-graduation job search.
College students offer math lessons
Missouri Western State University students went back to grade school Tuesday for a day of mutual learning.
Safety tips offered to students, community
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Randy Vibrock wants all Mississippi University for Women students to be safe As The W’s chief of police, he has a few reminders and suggestions to offer new and returning students and everyone on campus. “If you’re new to the campus, we want the students to become familiar with their surroundings and the campus,” Vibrock said. “If they’re from a different city or state, we would suggest the students become familiar with the city (of Columbus) layout as well. You…
Students offered financial tips at Wisconsin Education Fair
Hundreds of high school students gathered at University of Wisconsin Marathon County, to learn how to pay for a college degree.
Student Success Center offers study tips for finals
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Relax. Take a deep breath and exhale Charlene Burton doesn’t want the pressure of the upcoming final exams to get to Mississippi University for Women students. To ensure students don’t feel overwhelmed, Burton and the rest of the staff at The W’s Student Success Center (SSC) in Reneau Hall are prepared to offer any help they can to students preparing for their last tests and papers of the semester. Not only can students visit the SSC to receive tutoring, but…
Catholic Professionals Offer Students Advice at Career Forum
“All of you have been the recipients of a great gift, this remarkable education. But with any great gift goes the burden,” said Rob Neal, president of Hager Pacific Properties, to some 65 Thomas Aquinas College students at a Career Forum on Sunday in St. Bernardine of Siena Library. “It’s going to be incumbent upon you to make your way out there and to share these gifts with others.” [slideshow = Career Forum 2014]
Top 4 budgeting tips for student veterans
Steve Goodwin, Chairman of NLU's Veterans Advisory Council and a portfolio manager, offers some helpful advice.
Ivy Tech Community College Continues as Top Choice for Adult Students
INDIANAPOLIS – Ivy Tech Community College is once again the top college choice for adult students with 83 percent of the state’s adult students choosing the community college. Adult students are d…
How "The Uniquely Eureka Advantage" Continues to Benefit Incoming Students
By Jack Cascone Eureka College is celebrating the first anniversary of its new program that benefits all incoming students. According to Dr. Jamel Santa Cruze Wright, President, the Uniquely Eureka Advantage has been well received and continues to differentiate EC from other colleges and universities. The Uniquely Eureka Advantage consists of five commitments that the … Continue reading How “The Uniquely Eureka Advantage” Continues to Benefit Incoming Students →
Internship Placement for Psychology Doctoral Students Continues at top Rate
The University of Southern Mississippi’s graduate programs in School Psychology, Counseling Psychology and Clinical Psychology continue to enjoy a 100 percent internship placement rate for their doctoral students at some of the top American Psychological Association (APA)-accredited institutions in the U.S.
Foreign service officer to offer foreign travel advice to students
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Beth Neil, foreign service officer with the Department of State, will advise students on careers in foreign service and international travel Thursday, Oct. 30 at 6 p.m. in Parkinson Hall, Room 117 The event, free and open to the public, is sponsored by The W’s Office of Academic Affairs and the College of Arts and Sciences Neil will discuss passports, visa information and…
Olin College Grad Offers Engineering Tips for High School Students
Engineering Tips for High School Students Who Want to Explore Engineering
Catholic Business Leaders Offer Students Advice at Career Forum
“You have the gift of being able to look at the world a little bit differently,” said Tim Ristoff, founder and CEO of TriVista Business Group, to an audience of Thomas Aquinas College students at a Career Forum this past Sunday in St. Bernardine of Siena Library. “That’s going to make you unbelievably successful, should you elect to go into the business world.”
TV Host & Producer Daniel Rabourdin Offers Career Advice to TAC Students
The latest speaker in the Office of Career Advisement’s series of career talks was Catholic television host and producer Daniel Rabourdin, who on Tuesday offered practical advice and encouragement to students who are interested in pursuing careers in film and television. “Start now as a hobby. “Make little movies, right now. Write little scripts, right now,” Mr. Rabourdin urged. “Volunteer to work for free. Fortunately, we…