Tag Archives: college
Save now, worry later
Knotts says parents should stretch their savings, save smart and be realistic about their goals.…
By Darren Sands
Giving poor students a leg up in admissions is expensive for public institutions
If the Supreme Court rules against affirmative action next month, achieving diversity could grow tougher.
By Aaron Morrison
Getting young adults on the right path with their finances is the best way to mark a rite of passage to adulthood.
Getting young adults on the right path with their finances is the best way to…
By Alfred Edmond, Jr.
Scholar pioneers who advance intellect and innovation of society
Here’s a look a seven female pioneers who advance the plight of education around the…
Show's format will be similar to NBC's "The Apprentice"
Facebook, Google, and Dell were all started in dorm rooms.
By C. Daniel Baker
African-American college ballers are scoring in the classroom.
The University of Central Florida’s Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports conduct annual report.
By Gerren Keith Gaynor
Changes to U.S. Dept. of Education cause a dip in college enrollment.
Is college just unaffordable now?
By Sandra Evangelina Garcia
With proper planning and budgeting, paying for college doesn't have to drain your finances
Make sure you’re not letting the process of saving for your child’s education intimidate you.
By Ashley R. Harris
For young super producer already killing the game, graduation from Tenn. State Univ. is around the corner.
KeY Wane’s already produced some of the biggest songs in hip hop — and he’s…
By Marshall Latimore
Many of us found adolescence difficult to navigate but got through it, not just with…