Times are changing, and today’s high school graduates are faced with the increasingly difficult decision of whether or not to attend college. The cost of an undergraduate degree is on the rise, yet many college graduates find it challenging to find a position in their chosen field.
Years spent in college or university are filled with various emotions: happy ones that associated with finding new friends, getting new experience, receiving excellent grades, satisfaction from completing and submitting papers on time. Also, every student experienced a lot of stress while tried to juggle with part-time employment and education.
The world is not as simple as it once had been with a variety of people getting jobs right after they walk off of the stage of college graduation. Things have changed immensely as entry-level jobs are now starting to require experience and education.
No matter how independent you thought you were in high school, that’s nothing on how self-sufficient you’ll be now that you’re in college.
Amy Ebeling remembers her college days as an endless stream of anxiety and depression as she bounced from one mood extreme to another.
U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Rob Portman introduced bipartisan legislation to make college more affordable for low-income students.
As college students head to campus for the fall semester, money management should be on their personal syllabus.
College life is associated with fun and care free behavior. It can be very annoying to focus on the essay writing that you get as an assignment.
A VCU poll found a strong majority (63 percent) think that high school graduates are not prepared for the workplace but are prepared for college.
Making s’mores over a campfire, going out for milkshakes, praying for each other, reading scripture, or conversing about the complexities of life: students in Eastern Mennonite University’s residence halls are often ministering in relationship.
Long before U.S. News & World Report began issuing its famed college rankings, aspiring college students and their families have been seeking ways to sort through thousands of post-secondary options.
As Bridgewater College’s graduating seniors and their families celebrated on the campus mall Saturday, May 16, Dr. Phillip C. Stone urged the 361 graduates to retain, nurture and strengthen their core values.
My office has built a Toolkit for Recent Grads, designed to provide resources that many graduates might need as they think about their lives beyond school and seek to set themselves up for success.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services announced today a new report from the USDA showing tremendous demand for recent college graduates with a degree in agricultural programs.
New Education Department data shows increase in Title IX sexual violence complaints on college campuses
U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) today released new data on Title IX sexual violence complaints and the Department of Education’s efforts to combat sexual assault on college campuses.
New EMU graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership serve professional needs
Eastern Mennonite University will offer two new graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership, beginning in the fall of 2015.
Seven Atlantic Coast Conference schools rank among the top 26 of the 2014-15 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Division I Standings following the completion of the fall and winter sports seasons.
An orientation talk, a hands-on science experiment, a meal in the nation’s top campus dining facility, a visit with ROTC students, and a peek in the stadium makes a packed day for fifth graders visiting Virginia Tech.
The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors approved tuition and fees for the 2015-16 academic year. The board approved a 3.9 percent increase in tuition and mandatory fees for both resident and non-resident undergraduate students.
Finding the perfect roommate is serious business. This is the person you have to live with, in a 9 x 14 square room, for two whole semesters. This is why a lot of people do not just want a roommate, but a best friend: someone they like to hang around and do things with.