College

New Dreams, New Beginnings, New Career

Continuing Education at Richland Prepares This Baby Boomer for New Possibilities by Alicia Wanek Many empty nesters are looking to try something different as they enter another season of life. With a new country, a new language, and with her

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How Anyone Can Save At Least 1/3 on the Cost of a College Education

  by Alicia Wanek How can you save tens of thousands of dollars on the cost of a college education?  You can apply for scholarships and grants, but what if there was an even simpler option? How about starting at

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Refresh, Refocus, Restart

  Richland College Offers Career Programs to Fit You by Alicia Wanek Dallas’ “best kept secret” may not be a restaurant gem or a trendy boutique but instead an innovative approach to career and technical education, right in our own

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Pack it Up!

Good Life Family’s Comprehensive Pre-College Packing List   by Tricia White | Managing Editor   What to Fly With: Carry On (use the same backpack as will be used for books at school):  Documents • Driver’s license/Photo ID • Passport

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Masters of Transportation

  Transit passes help reduce commuting costs by Tricia White | Managing Editor Now that acceptance letters are arriving, it’s time for the college-bound to start thinking about their transportation options. If they are going to college within the DART

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Travel Tips for the College Bound

Your baby is off to college. Don’t be sad – I’m told by parents who’ve been there that the “fun” of moving a kid on campus will dry your tears in no time. Here’s how to make it easier. by

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Earn A College Degree in Your Pajamas

If you’ve ever tried to help your child with their “new math” homework, you know that kids are not learning the same way we did.  Educational models are constantly evolving, and advancements in technology have opened up a whole new

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Summer + Study = Better Scores

Scoring Higher on College Entrance Exams Is All About the Early Prep College entrance exams. The mere thought can evoke terror in the heart of the most confident student. Fear not, but get a jump on your studies, advises Varun

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Tuition Turmoil

What to Do When Your Finances Aren’t Ready College is expensive.  According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2015–2016 school year was $32,405 at private colleges, $9,410 for state residents at public colleges,

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