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The Parent Guide to Helping Your Senior This Fall

The Parent Guide to Helping Your Senior This Fall

As college application deadlines are fast approaching, we know that this can be a stressful time for students and their parents alike. However, with the right tools and guidance, the college application process can be an exciting opportunity to get to know your...
Georgia University System Terminates Over 200 Programs

Georgia University System Terminates Over 200 Programs

This fall, the University of Georgia system announced its plans to eliminate over 200 degree programs across its campuses which have seen low or no enrollment within the last two years. The University of Georgia in Athens saw the greatest number of program cuts, with...
UCLA Is Expanding Its Reach

UCLA Is Expanding Its Reach

On September 27, UCLA announced its plans to establish a satellite campus with academic buildings in Rancho Palos Verdes and a residential area in San Pedro. The land was purchased for $80 million dollars from the now-defunct Marymount California University, a...
Florida Schools Bracing for Hurricane Ian

Florida Schools Bracing for Hurricane Ian

With hurricane Ian set to make landfall on the west coast of Florida today, schools and universities across the state are shuttering their doors and bracing for impact. The storm intensified to a Category 4 on Wednesday morning, reaching wind speeds threateningly...
Notre Dame of Maryland University to Become Co-Ed

Notre Dame of Maryland University to Become Co-Ed

Notre Dame University of Maryland (NDUM) announced its decision to become a coeducational institution beginning in the fall of 2023. The announcement marks a historic shift for the college—founded in 1895, NDUM was the first Catholic university to offer four-year...