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Second Time Around

March 20th, 2014; By Kathleen Gerry

It can be discouraging to look back at a portion of your life and realize that you were totally lost, not focused or, even worse, focused on things that really […]

How to Choose Your Classes

February 20th, 2014; By Erik McKay

You’ve gone to university fairs, read the websites, explored your options, submitted your applications and have finally chosen your new university or college. That’s the hard part. Now you just have to […]

I Dropped Out – But I Want to Go to College!

December 15th, 2013; By Nico Mara-McKay

For whatever reason, you didn’t make it through high school. That doesn’t mean that higher education is out of reach. There are a variety of options still available to you. […]

Why Students Should Join Professional Associations

December 13th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

Once you’ve entered university and have started on your path towards your chosen career, you can look at joining professional associations. Students who join the associations in their related field […]

The Value of a College Graduate

September 29th, 2013; By Samantha Randolph

Let’s face it; the professional world is incredibly fast paced. Because of this, employers are looking for new ways to keep up. One resource they are turning to is the […]

Study What Interests You

September 24th, 2013; By Nico Mara-McKay

Going to college or university is a pretty big deal and the program or courses you choose can impact your future success, both financially and in terms of doing something […]

Where, When, and Which Class?: A Course Scheduling Guide

July 20th, 2013; By Amy Oldfield

If you are like many first year students, you have a vague idea of what courses you want to take in college or university. If you liked biology in high […]