26
AUG
2016

Best Historically Black Colleges

The Higher Education Act of 1965 defines a historically black college as an institution that was established before 1964 in order to provide higher learning to the African-American community. There are 106 historically black colleges in the United States; however, you don’t have to be
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29
JUL
2016

10 Best Colleges for Campers

If you are an adventure enthusiast, staying on campus all day can be challenging. Nothing clears the mind and relieves stress better than a sturdy tent, nice backpack, and good pair of hiking shoes. Luckily, there are a number of colleges that are located in ideal locations for campin
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23
JUN
2016

Top 10 Stunning College Theaters

Performing arts have the ability to move and inspire people. Performers can cause their audience to feel or think about the important things in life. Through the arts, some of the greatest lessons are taught.  College programs across the United States are preparing their students to b
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20
JUN
2016

Top 8 Best Film Schools in the U.S.

While the path to the exclusive, highly-competitive film industry is often nonlinear, aspiring filmmakers across the U.S. would do well to start at the same place that many of the top film artists also began: film school. Majoring in film and completing a film studies program can give
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17
JUN
2016

The Most Innovative Public Universities

When looking for the right colleges, there are many different parameters to consider. One of the most important aspects of an institution of higher learning is the ability to innovate. This quality is becoming more and more important as the needs of the job market require employees wi
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17
JUN
2016

The Nation’s Top Christian Boarding Schools

Though Christian boarding schools were initially the result of strong local and cultural beliefs, many schools were also built to facilitate travel for students who lived in remote locations. In modern America, however, just the opposite has occurred; most Christian boarding schools a
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17
JUN
2016

Best College Programs for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder

In the year 2000, it was determined that the ratio of children born with some degree of autism was 1 in 150. In the year 2010, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the ratio had increased to 1 in 68. With the number of children born with autism increasing, th
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14
JUN
2016

Best Colleges with Free Tuition

One of the most overwhelming aspects of a college education is the price to study. The burden of debt weighs heavily on students. Some colleges now offer their education completely free, however, in order to provide an education for students who may not be able to fund the expense. He
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14
JUN
2016

15 Best Small Colleges for Animal Lovers

For people who grow up with pets, bidding farewell to those furry friends can sometimes be one of the hardest aspects about leaving for college. Whether it’s for a 4-month semester or an entire calendar year, saying goodbye to your loved ones can take on a different significance for a
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06
JUN
2016

Top Military-Friendly Colleges

Some students start attending a university immediately after high school, others begin taking classes after employment, and others start after military service. It can be difficult for veterans and servicemembers to jump into education after their service. The United States government
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