So, you want to further your education? Will you pursue a college degree or vocational certification? Which schools offer the programs you need? Is there a campus near you or can you complete it online? Will financial aid be an option? Whether you already have answers to these questions or you’ve just started your research, you’ve come to the right place. SchoolBound.com is here to help, so let’s get started!
Once you've figured out your area of interest and what kind of degree or certification you'll pursue, the next big question is how to pay for it. While higher education costs can seem prohibitive, the good news is that there are lots of options available to help you finance your academic pursuits.Read more
University of Southern California, North Carolina State University, and University of Florida capture the most spots across 7 subject areas In the course of our deliberation process, we put a lot of effort into identifying metrics for each specific program that we felt best conveyed proof of success for the students and its program Kirkland, WA (PRWEB)July 07, 2015 SR Education Group, an online education research publisher based in Kirkland, …Read more
April is an exciting month for most high school seniors. Most have received their college acceptance letters and are making their final decisions on where they will attend college this fall. Unfortunately, some students have not been so lucky; some are still sweating it out, hoping to make it off the waiting list, or worse, they’ve only received college rejection letters. There are a number of reasons why students may not have …Read more
When it comes to searching and applying for scholarships, many students and parents are unsure about where to look. Here are five places you should always turn to when seeking free money for college: 1. Searching and Applying for Scholarships Online Use reliable scholarship websites that offer updated scholarship data and a profile-based matching system. Time-saving scholarship matching services will use the information you supply about your grades, hobbies, awards, …Read more
Scores on the SAT have sunk to the lowest level since the college admission test was overhauled in 2005, adding to worries about student performance in the nation’s high schools.The average score for the Class of 2015 was 1490 out of a maximum 2400, the College Board reported Thursday. That Read more
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Howard University students and alumni took their frustration public — and viral — Wednesday, with a gush of complaints on social media about problems at the iconic historically black university in Washington, D.C.Read full article >> Read more