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College Programs

College programs provide a variety of opportunities for students, from study abroad to interest-specific programs. Students may choose to enroll in a specific school because of a specialized college program. Some of these may include online courses, army programs, dual degrees, and others. There are many schools that may meet your interests in some way - the only thing is that you have to find the right college program that fits you.

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An Ad-venturous College Major

Tips and stories from one student's college major exploration into the advertising field.

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College Programs Provide Opportunity and Experience

Unique college programs, whether abroad or at home, can give you more than the usual college experience.

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Let Your Imagination Run Wild With Liberal Arts Programs

Explore liberal arts programs and the exciting educational opportunities they offer.

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Undergraduate Programs Are Focused on Success

Undergraduate programs provide you with goal-oriented faculty and like-minded peers who offer opportunity and support.

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Academics Aren't the Only Advantage at Colleges and Universities

Cool programs and events abound at colleges and universities across the country.

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Earn Sports Credit With These Cool College Athletics Programs

With these cool college athletics programs, you can do more with your love of sports than just play the game.

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Socially Conscious Spring Break

Students find ways to spend their spring break having fun -- by helping others through volunteer service and social work.

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New York University: Presenting Paris

Students from New York University take Paris by storm in an all-expenses-paid school trip to the city of love.

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Coming in Second

If you have your heart set on a particular college program and get rejected from the school, don't feel too discouraged. Coming in second isn't so bad.

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An Academic Adventure at Plattsburgh

Not all college courses are tied to the ol' brick-and-mortar. Check out how Plattsburgh State University is giving students college credit for getting outdoors.

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Summer Programs Allow for a Super Sneak Peek at the Scholarly College Scene

Thousands of high school students are getting a sneak peek at what college is all about -- learning the ropes of dorm life, exploring possible majors, and even earning college credit -- through summer programs.

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Admissions Office Q&A: Online Courses, Senioritis, and Application Essays

Patricia Armstrong, director of admissions at St. John's University discusses online courses in college, dodging high school senioritis, and how to write a great application essay -- no matter how boring you may think you are!

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Climbing the Science Career Ladder

Nineteen-year-old Sonny Yip of Queens, NY, never thought he'd be captivating a crowd with the dissection of a cow's eye. But, in his role as program explainer with the Science Career Ladder at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, he's extended himself beyond what he had thought possible.

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A Guide to Finding Your Academic Niche

You don't have to go Ivy to get a great education. Take a look at these unique programs to see what we mean.

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Dual Degrees Can Be Done

When Nerissa Wilson graduated from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, she was a year behind, but a few steps ahead of most of her fellow grads. How was this possible?

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Lazy Days of Summer? Anything But!

Some go-getter students aim to prove that summer is ripe with possibility, thanks to internships, study abroad programs, and volunteer opportunities galore. Be sure to take notes...

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Journey to Japan

Interested in a unique study abroad experience? Check out what Japan has to offer.

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From the Cadet Files

I stumbled upon the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) scholarship in the middle of senior year when my high school guidance counselor handed me an application....

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Real Life Comes to the Classroom

Classroom learning can be a lot like riding a bike with training wheels -- it's so safe you can hardly fall, but will you be prepared when the rubber meets the road? In these college programs, the training wheels are off, and students are learning to ride for real.

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An A+ for Wellness

Several colleges are taking wellness to the next level by incorporating wellness techniques into their learning format and curriculum. Take a look.

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Make the Most of Your Classes With College Minors

College minors are a great way to enhance your eduation and make the most of your electives.

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