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6 Ways to Reduce the Cost of College

by Mike Goodwin

Despite those alarmingly high tuition bills, it doesn't necessarily mean your college costs need to be that high. Read on for ways to help pare down what you pay. read more

From Texas to the World: International Experiential Education for M.B.A. Students

by Deidra Graves Stephens, Ph.D.

Think exciting outside-of-the-classroom experiences are just for undergraduates? Think again! Here, a University of Texas representative profiles a unique, hands-on read more

Three Reasons Why You Should Not Count on a Full Ride to Play Your Sport in College

by Michelle Kretzschmar

The reality is that most college athletes do not have athletic scholarships. College athletic scholarships are the exception rather than the rule. Here's why. read more

Preparing to Become a Future Leader in Energy

by Clara Lippert Glenn

If you're passionate about becoming a leader in the energy sector, you can use these tips to chart your path toward this rewarding career. read more

Where the #@&$ Is My Job Offer?! How Social Media Can Hurt Your Job Search

by Gail Hand

In our interwebbed world, it's important to have an appropriate online presence, especially when it comes to getting a job. read more

Can You Make Studying More Fun?

by CollegeXpress

How do you make studying more fun? It's often a matter of managing your time, scheduling intensive periods as well as breaks, giving yourself small rewards, and read more

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DePaul University's College of Law was one of the first law schools in Illinois to admit women and Jewish students.

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