Fall 2014 Featured Articles

Instate vs. Out-of-state Tuition
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Future college students are often limited in their choices for their education by the cost of tuition. The cost of going to school in a state other than where you and your parents live can be especially high. According to an annual survey conducted by U.S. News, during the 2010-2013 school, out-of-state tution was about $10,000 more expensive than in-state tuition at public universities. Many high school students decide to go to a state school rather than the college of their dreams in order to…

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Surviving the Move to College
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Moving away from home and settling into a new environment takes a lot of preparation. You will be completley independent for the first time in your life. This can be intimidating, scary, and exciting at the same time. After moving over 200 miles away when I was 18 and moving to college, and moving two daughters to college, I have learned several things on the journey, and have put them together to help make your first college experience a great one.

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Gaining an Advantage in the Job Market
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Soft skills are critical to scoring a job at any level. Whether trying to gain an after school job, or start a career, Denny Bailey offers some invaluable tips.

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