Private scholarships should be a lifeline for students who want to avoid debt. But there’s an awful glitch in the system: Students who get private scholarships risk losing financial aid they were awarded from their state or school.
‘U.S. News’ rankings should be viewed as fake news
Jim Jump considers the flaws of U.S. News rankings.
Is There Life After Rankings?
A report card from one college president, whose school now shuns the U.S. News ranking system—and has not only survived but thrived
Our Campus Puppy Raising Program at Dickinson College is offered through Dickinson Dog House (DDH), a student-run Special Interest House on campus.
Making space for sanity in the college search
Eye contact among family members is easier to come by when you’re not avoiding it for fear that it’s an invitation to fret about the college search together. Selecting one designated time for college discussions can help.
To say the least, Duke students easily get stressed. But the Duke Canine Cognition Center thinks it has a solution—puppies.