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Preparing for College By Vigilant Communications
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The cost of college has risen faster than inflation for a generation, doubling about every ten years. In 2005-2006, one year’s average tuition at private colleges topped $21,235. For the... More > 2007-2008 school year, that bill is estimated to be $23,850. If the trend continues, by 2010-2011, students will have to pay $28,400 per year. And since costs continue increasing each successive year, that is at least $124,240 for four years. Paying for college isn’t just expensive; it’s also complicated. Even at its best, it’s a long-term project with many steps, many decisions, many unfamiliar terms and an alphabet soup of acronyms (FAFSA, EFC, SAR, and etc). While there are numerous loan, scholarship, grant, and employment programs available, it’s hard to determine which of all these options can be the most beneficial to you. Each family has to create a combination of savings, loans, scholarships and other money that’s suitable for them…and it will differ from family to family.< Less
Many Ways Of Preparing For College By Christopher Dixon
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This e-book is a wonder tool for preparing for college and finding scholarships, grants and other financial tools. Kids need a push to get an affordable education, but there are key dates and... More > activities they should be involved with. This e-book makes sure you don't miss anything.< Less
Prepare To Rove By Mary Baldwin College Shakespeare & Performance
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In 2012, thirteen actor-scholars gathered in an old Masonic Building to build a company. These students were the first to pursue Mary Baldwin College’s MFA in Shakespeare and Performance under... More > the new company model, a model in which the students were in charge of selecting a season, marketing, dramaturging, acting, directing, casting, writing, and budgeting for a company that they named Roving Shakespeare. As the twelve chapters in this book demonstrate, Roving Shakespeare and the company model forced them to collaborate in new ways and gave them a stronger understanding of scholarship and practice. These chapters represent the multi-faceted approach that governed the work of one MFA company throughout one year; they record the company’s successes and failures and share the information gained by working in this unique manner.< Less
How To Prepare For Your First Year In College By Dannie Elwins
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Discover tremendous and useful information inside of this book. Here are the table of contents: * Chapter 1 – As A Freshman You Can… - Plan Your High School Curriculum - Join clubs... More > and extracurricular activities - Discuss college financing with your parents - Take virtual college campus tours - Volunteer over the summer - Learn to type * Chapter 2 – As A Sophomore You Can… - Come up with a list of potential colleges - Take on a leadership role in a club - Go to college fairs * Chapter 3 – As A Junior You Can… - Take AP classes. - Take the PSAT - Take the SAT - Visit colleges on your list - Apply for scholarships * Chapter 4 – As A Senior You Can… - Set up a tentative college cost budget. - Write your applications essays - Send off your applications - Schedule interviews with prospective colleges - Fill out the FAFSA - Select your school - Keep housing and financial aid deadlines in order - And more< Less
How To Prepare For Your First Year In College By Dannie Elwins
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Discover tremendous and useful information inside of this book. Here are the table of contents: * Chapter 1 – As A Freshman You Can… - Plan Your High School Curriculum - Join clubs... More > and extracurricular activities - Discuss college financing with your parents - Take virtual college campus tours - Volunteer over the summer - Learn to type * Chapter 2 – As A Sophomore You Can… - Come up with a list of potential colleges - Take on a leadership role in a club - Go to college fairs * Chapter 3 – As A Junior You Can… - Take AP classes. - Take the PSAT - Take the SAT - Visit colleges on your list - Apply for scholarships * Chapter 4 – As A Senior You Can… - Set up a tentative college cost budget. - Write your applications essays - Send off your applications - Schedule interviews with prospective colleges - Fill out the FAFSA - Select your school - Keep housing and financial aid deadlines in order - And more< Less
How to Prepare for College Expenses 1.0 By Kevin Rios
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This Resource is for all the kids, teens who go to their high school everyday and think about going to college and not knowing how they are going to break through the there Financial Barriers. This... More > resource is a beacon hope for those wanting to know the hidden secrets to college education. This resource teaches from ninth to twelve graders how to save for college and pay for there college education without needing to take out federal or private loans to pay for there school. Two Free Resources are inside. A Percentage of the profits will go to helping kids prepare for college expenses through venues of scholarships.< Less
Here Am I: Preparing to Live for Jesus in College By Candace Jones
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The world seems to suggest that as a Christian we can put God on the back-burner when we’re young- do what we want to do, have fun, get wild, go crazy, experience life-then come back to Him... More > when we’re old and reaping the consequences of sin. That is not wisdom. This is not the way to maximize our life with Christ. Regardless of what age we come to know Christ, from that moment forward, we have to make a daily decision to declare our commitment to walk in obedience to the Holy Spirit. I am sharing Here Am I in hopes that it may inspire, challenge and reaffirm other young people’s commitment to follow God. You are not alone. You can live for God. Here Am I can simply be read as an encouragement or used as a bible study to prepare for college life.< Less
Stories Untold: College Preparation Through the Experiences of High-Achieving Students By Stacey Price Brown, Ph.D.
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The challenges that face African American students seeking a higher education are well documented, but high-performing and gifted students continue to succeed in going to college and thriving once... More > they arrive there. In this study, author Stacey Price Brown, PhD, looks at the educational experience through the eyes of a selection of these students. For them, the college planning process begins in early childhood, and it does not end until high school graduation. Through these students’ stories, Brown offers practical recommendations on how to create a culture that promotes the value of higher education. Learn how to help students develop competitive college applications; gain admittance to the college of their choice; set high expectations for themselves; and leverage supportive environments. Designed to help students, parents, and educators, Stories Untold presents the journeys of talented students who have navigated the curves in the long road that leads to college.< Less
Stories Untold: College Preparation Through the Experiences of High Achieving Students By Stacey Price Brown, Ph.D.
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The challenges that face African American students seeking a higher education are well documented, but high-performing and gifted students continue to succeed in going to college and thriving once... More > they arrive there. In this study, author Stacey Price Brown, PhD, looks at the educational experience through the eyes of a selection of these students. For them, the college planning process begins in early childhood, and it does not end until high school graduation. Through these students’ stories, Brown offers practical recommendations on how to create a culture that promotes the value of higher education. Learn how to help students develop competitive college applications; gain admittance to the college of their choice; set high expectations for themselves; and leverage supportive environments. Designed to help students, parents, and educators, Stories Untold presents the journeys of talented students who have navigated the curves in the long road that leads to college.< Less
COLLEGE 101 By Benjamin Lye, Nicholas Dyer
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Words of wisdom from College students to college students. Useful and applicable information that today's college students will find helpful in all aspects (not just academics) of college life.