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Higher Ed Not Feeling a Trump Presidency

Is a Trump victory good for colleges and universities?

As it dawns over every area of industry that Donald Trump is now the U.S.…

By Robin White Goode

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college

Are the College-Educated Deciding this Election?

Exploring the divide between those with and without degrees

It’s certainly debatable whether or not that’s true, but there’s no getting around the fact…

By Robin White Goode

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snapchat

DJ Khaled, BET Networks Launch First-Ever Snapchat College Tour

Colleges and universities are using Snapchat and celebrities to attract prospective students.

The program assists high school seniors with the college application process and Get Schooled will…

By Samara Lynn

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National Book

Read—It’s National Book Lover’s Day!

If you can, read

It’s National Book Lover’s Day–so get a book to read. Learn how to make time…

By Robin White Goode

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Financial Aid

Importance of Building a Relationship With the Financial Aid Office

Be focused and open-minded when securing financial aid

During the college process, you must maintain the focus and remain open-minded. This is especially…

By Jessica Brown

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David Duke

HBCU Hosts Former Klansman David Duke in Senatorial Debate

Dillard University's president takes the high road

David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klansman and anti-Semite running for senator in Louisiana, participated…

By Robin White Goode

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Chicago Scholars

Chicago Scholars Among First to Be Accepted to College

Seven-year college access and success program holds its 10th annual Onsite Admissions Forum

Chicago Scholars held its 10th Admissions Forum last week. Read how 1,000 students met with…

By Robin White Goode

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students

Scholarship Rewards Students Looking to Change the World

Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars program seeks those committed to social justice

For high school students with a commitment to social justice, the Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars…

By Robin White Goode

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UTC's Courtney Dornell is earning an MBA from Columbia University.

You Can Go to School for Free (If You Work at This Company)

Employees can earn any degree or credential they want and never see a bill

You’ve probably heard of employers that provide tuition assistance, but have you heard of a…

By Robin White Goode

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Atlanta

Atlanta University’s ‘Club Woody’ Wins National Library Award

First HBCU to win this prestigious honor

Atlanta University has become the first HBCU and consortium to win the prestigious ACRL Excellence…

By Robin White Goode

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college

Go to College Overseas

Lower costs, the global experience, and more are attracting American students

Lower school costs abroad are attracting more U.S. students. Read why you may want to…

By Robin White Goode

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tech

Online Courses May Be Your Best Bet to Learn Tech

But you still need college to develop soft skills

Going to a top-tier school might not help you gain in-demand tech skills. Instead, all…

By Robin White Goode

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teacher prep

Does Better Teacher Prep Make Better Teachers?

An effective teacher has a greater impact on student learning than the student’s ethnicity, class, environment, or class size

The U.S. Department of Education has released new regulations to hold schools that educate teachers…

By Robin White Goode

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hackathon

BE Smart Hackathon Has a Winner!

10 teams learn coding, working with mentors, and more

The challenge? Students were charged with developing an infotainment in-vehicle iOS app within the Ionic…

By Robin White Goode

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student loan

The Skinny on Higher Ed and Student Loan Debt

A quality education will position you to pay them back

A report that came out in July from the Council of Economic Advisers examines what…

By Robin White Goode

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Essay

Write a Memorable Essay and Get into the School of Your Dreams

You may get funding, too

Procrastinating over your college admissions essay or grad school personal statement? Read how a writing…

By Robin White Goode

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Be Smart

BE Smart Hackers Visit Silicon Valley Corporate Sites

10 HBCU teams learn about opportunities in tech

Read how BE Smart hackers visited sponsors AT&T Foundry and LinkedIn, where they learned about…

By Robin White Goode

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BE Smart Hackathon

The BE Smart Hackathon 2016 Begins!

10 HBCUs send hacking teams to develop infotainment app

The CEO and president of Black Enterprise, Earl “Butch” Graves Jr., welcomed the students this…

By Robin White Goode

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master's

You Can Get a Master’s Degree for $7,000

Georgia Tech’s prestigious computer science program is affordable

Is a master’s in computer science from a highly ranked university out of your reach?…

By Robin White Goode

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Stanford

You Can Go to Business School for Free (Almost, Maybe)

Stanford Graduate School of Business will pay you $160K for 2 years

Stanford is in California, not far from fabled Silicon Valley, which its graduates have had…

By Robin White Goode

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How To

India

#TechieTips: 4 Things to Consider When Working With Remote Developers in India

India is one of the top countries where startups and other businesses look for talent…

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resolutions

How to Keep Your Healthy New Year’s Resolutions Going Strong

For millions of people, the new year is also starting with new year resolutions around…

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