College

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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What’s Next for Your College Student

NextStep’s One-On-One Coaching During the College Years Helps Them Land a Dream Job by Karyn Brodsky Congratulations, parents! Your students’ hard work and involvement, plus your efforts, prodding and emptying of your bank account helped them gain admittance to the

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Maximize Your College Visit

Visiting a college campus helps your student get a sense of what college life would be like at a specific university. This can help your student decide whether or not a particular college is right for them. When planning campus

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Summer + Study = Better Score

Scoring Higher on College Entrance Exams Is All About the Early Prep by Tricia White 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

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Making the Grade

Richland Collegiate High School allows students to earn a high school and college degree simultaneously. Oh, and did we mention, it’s free. by Alicia Wanek What if your child could graduate from high school with a full two-year associate’s degree

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Collin College Opens New Health Sciences Center Honoring Dr. Cary Israel

Three decades of Collin College leadership were present at the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the Cary A. Israel Health Sciences Center, a new building on Collin College’s Central Park Campus in McKinney. The new facility provides state-of-the-art learning spaces for

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Back to School

It’s Never Too Late to Learn Something New by Alicia Wanek | Staff Writer If you could go back in time, what would you do differently?   Lots of things to be sure, but you don’t have to resign yourself

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At Richland College, “Community” is the Key Word

  by Alicia Wanek | Staff Writer We all want our kids to reach their potential and be successful and happy in whatever they do.  Sometimes, the best way for them to reach that goal is not to go directly

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Wide Open Spaces

Who doesn’t know what I’m talking about Who’s never left home, who’s never struck out To find a dream and a life of their own A place in the clouds, a foundation of stone She needs wide open spaces Room

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