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January 18 2018, 9:17PM PST

California Sees Decline in College Students

The state of California is seeing a decline in students who go to college directly after high school. Students there are not necessarily embracing a college going culture.

''There is no substitute for an educated populace in California's drive for economic and social health,'' said the report by the Institute for Higher Education Leadership & Policy, at CSU-Sacramento

The portion of California students going to college immediately after high school dropped from 61 to 52 percent over the last 10 [Read More]

Capella University Human Services Programs

Are you interested in social change? Capella University offers online Master's and PhD degree programs in Human Services, which can give you the skills to successfully address key social issues in today's world. Capella's comprehensive program prepares students for positions in a variety of settings. Graduates of the online master's degree programs may want to continue their studies and earn their PhD in human services.
Capella University's online master's degree in human services is intended to supplement your professional understanding [Read More]

College - Not Just for Kids

Colleges today are seeing great numbers of adults over thirty joining the ranks of high school graduates - eager to earn degrees. Older students with real world experience are seeing that they can have better jobs and salaries if the earn a college degree.

Across the country, more than one-third of students enrolled in higher-education programs are older than 24. And that could rise as the population ages and more Americans return to school to hone [Read More]

Capella University offers Gradute Psychology Degrees

Did you know you could earn a degree in psychology online? Capella University offers a variety of graduate psychology programs online such as Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of psychology, and Graduate Certificate.

Capella's online master's degree specializations allow you to build your expertise in the field of psychology through core foundational courses and interaction with accomplished faculty. Graduates of this program often continue their advanced study and seek doctoral degrees in psychology.

Their online Doctor of Philosophy program focuses on [Read More]

The High Price of Education

Students today face many big questions when looking at going to college. Which college is right for me? What should I major in? But even more importantly is the question - How do I pay for college?

Now at an all time high, the overall cost of a college education in the U.S. is projected to reach $220 billion this year, nearly half of which will be financed by students or their parents. Despite this, the benefits of a [Read More]

Clayton College of Natural Health

Clayton College of Natural Health is a leader of education in natural health and holistic nutrition, and has been in business for over 20 years. Students seeking a new career, or looking to supplement their knowledge can find a variety of exciting programs available at Clayton College online.

Clayton College of Natural Health offers extensive, and flexible, accredited degree programs in both natural health and holistic nutrition. Students studying natural health will learn the fundamentals of natural health and traditional naturopathy, introduction [Read More]

Jones International University

In today's job market you need current skills to obtain the best jobs. If you are ready to pursue a professional degree to move forward in your career, you might want to take a look at Jones International University.

Jones International University has the distinction of being the first accredited virtual university in the United States. This sets Jones International University apart from the others as being a leader in distance learning. Jones International University offers students a [Read More]

More Students at Baker College Online

Have you ever thought about Baker College Online? -Their online programs have become increasingly more popular over the last several years.

Baker College Online numbers increased 10 percent this summer from the same time last year to more than 8,800 students, the school has announced.

The increase, according to a news release, includes students from nine Baker campuses statewide who either took courses 100 percent online, a mix of online and campus-based classes, and students who took campus-based classes with [Read More]

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