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Santa’s Naughty or Nice List: The College-Bound Version [infographic]

“You better watch out….” especially if you’re college-bound! Leave it to us to come up with a naughty or nice list that will earn you an A+ when it comes to getting into college. Read on… Download this infographic.Embed Our Infographic On Your Site!Image...Read the whole entry... »       Related StoriesApril Fools’ Day Jokes So Smart, They Have To Be From Colleges & UniversitiesScholarship Myths Debunked Infographic StyleOur Top College Research, College Prep, Financial Aid, and Online Learning Trend Posts of 2013 

Text Messages Designed to Keep Students on the Right College-Bound Track

If a potential college sent a quick text to remind you that you should get started on your application essay or begin compiling recommendation letters, your life would be so much simpler, wouldn't it?       Related StoriesCollege Rivalry Alert: Lehigh vs. Lafayette?!Which Northeast Colleges Are Most Affordable?Are College Frats Going to be a Thing of the Past? 

College Rivalry Alert: Lehigh vs. Lafayette?!

There’s just something about a rivalry. You can smell it in the air, taste it in the tailgate food, and hear it from the fans. Everything is more intense. As one of America’s storied traditions, college football holds nothing back when it comes to rivalry games. Teams aren’t just fighting to...Read the whole entry... »       Related StoriesText Messages Designed to Keep Students on the Right College-Bound TrackWhich Northeast Colleges Are Most Affordable?Are College Frats Going to be a Thing of the Past? 

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