Tag: college courses

How to be the Student Professors--and Other Students--Like

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Student, Elmhurst College

Enjoy being the teacher's pet? Here are a few tips for getting on your professors' good side once you land on campus. read more

The Beginning of the End of AP Credit?

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Senior Assistant Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

Dartmouth College recently announced that they will no longer grant credit for AP exams. Could this mark the beginning of the end of the program? read more

Colleges Thinking Outside the Box for New Courses

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Students at colleges seeking more interesting options than the basic courses are in luck. Several schools continue to explore innovative topics to boost their curriculum inside and outside of the traditional classroom. read more

Ohio Public Colleges and Universities Taking the Reins on Remedial Courses

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Assistant Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

As of January 3, 2013, all public colleges and universities of Ohio have implemented remediation-free standards for college-level English, writing, math, and science courses. read more

Gen Eds: Not a Waste of Time

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Why should you have to take a bunch of "fluff" classes? We'll take a look at scenarios in which general education courses can actually help you. read more