For-Profit Schools Banking On Your GI Bill

The number of online “military friendly” schools has been growing proportionately to the amount of veterans using the G.I. Bill, and for good reason—it’s guaranteed money. There’s no shortage of online degree programs that accept your hard earned benefits, but before you go applying to an online university, I’d like to share a few things [...]

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Meeting Your Professors

The connections I created with some of my professors have been long lasting, meaningful, and beneficial to my career. I still keep in contact with a number of my former teachers and every now and then, I’ll still ping them for advice on something. I highly recommend that you seek to build mutually beneficial relationships [...]

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Finding Your School Resources

Attending a university or community college, whether it’s live or online, will provide a wealth of resources at your disposal. The key to your success in college can often hinge upon not just your ability to recall answers, but on where to find them. To find the answers you need to become acquainted with the [...]

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Life Beyond Ramen

   I’ve eaten my fair share of Ramen, and though the sodium content might be enough to kill a juvenile rhinoceros, I’ve actually enjoyed the noodles. But even with culturally sensitive choices such as “Oriental flavor” you owe it to your health not to go overboard on cheap, shitty food. There are just too many [...]

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CSV 004: Public Colleges vs Private Universities

  In this podcast we discuss the major differences between private and public universities. We cover a variety of topics such as costs, class size, location, and transferring credits. Links: Collegeboard- Collegeboard.com has a great search engine to help explore all of the college options that you have. VA- The tools on the VA educational [...]

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