- This Black Woman Raised $600,000 For Her Education; Now She’s Investing In More Women
Dr. Roshawnna Novellus raised over $600,000 to fund her college education. Now, the Atlanta-based entrepreneur is investing in more women through EnrichHER.
- College majors where the most students go on to graduate degrees
Stacker compiled a list of college majors where students were most likely to continue their education through the pursuit of graduate degrees, licensures, and professional certificates using data from ...
- Medina County college students graduate, earn honors
Here’s news about Medina County residents who have been excelling in their college studies. Harvard graduate: Cassandra Pasadyn of Hinckley Township and a graduate of Brunswick High School celebrated ...
- Is higher education headed for a hybrid model to reverse declining enrollment?
Declining enrollment coupled with concerns over student debt poses some challenges for universities in 2021. These headwinds existed before the pandemic created even more challenges for higher educati ...
- Olivet Nazarene University Announces Tuition-Free General Education For Adult Learners
Olivet Nazarene University announces Your Way, a ground-breaking initiative which features tuition-free general education courses, providing adult students with a pathway to earn a bachelor’s degree ...
- Eastwood FFA members earn degrees
The Eastwood FFA Chapter held their annual Greenhand Degree Ceremony for all first year agricultural education students in the Eastwood High School Auditorium on Nov. 4.
- Rome High students earn Eagle Scout rank
Four Rome High School students have attained the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest degree of achievement a Boy Scout can reach.
- Community Colleges Whose Graduates Earn the Most Money
These community colleges cost a small fraction of what a prospective student could end up spending on a four-year degree—and also yield higher paychecks later.
- Former Cheyney student returns to school to earn degree during pandemic
When the coronavirus pandemic required everyone to stay at home last year, Sharlet Kennedy-Blalock used her time to complete the degree she started to pursue at Cheyney University almost two ...
- Norco prison inmates earning bachelor’s degrees through Pitzer College
They’re taking online classes from the California Rehabilitation Center in hopes of improving their lives upon release ...