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How to Write an Attention-Grabbing College Essay

It's a part of the application process that can prompt plenty of anxiety. Here, we debunk four myths and show how to nail that attention-grabbing college essay.

Online Resources for College-Bound Students

Heading into the college application process? Online help abounds. Discover some of the top online resources for college-bound students in Michigan and beyond.

The Importance of Early Career Exploration for Teens

How internships, job shadowing and other early career exploration programs in high school can guide kids' career aspirations – saving time, money and heartache.

Your Student’s Post-Secondary Options in Education

After high school, teens have a variety of post-secondary options. Learn about four-and two-year degrees, plus trade schools and certification programs.

Kid Going Away to College? Here’s How to Cope

Parents might not know how to handle this transition in their child's life. Here's how to get through the big change.

What is a Private College?

We break down the basics of this higher education option, address the cost of private college and highlight private school benefits.

Good Classes to Take as a Freshman in College

No matter if you're undecided or have your entire future mapped out, discover some all-around solid classes to take as a freshman in college.

In-State College Advantages: 18 Reasons to Stay in Michigan

The itch to flee the Mitten can be real. But there are many in-state college advantages for students. Here are 18 compelling reasons to get a degree right here.

The Workplace of the Future: Getting to a Great Career

Our world is changing constantly, thanks to the rapid pace of innovation. Technology impacts everything from the way we order lunch to the way...

College Students Don’t Have to Declare a Major Right Away

An Oakland University graduate offers four takeaways for new college students – and explains that you definitely don't have to declare a major right away.

The Summer Melt: Why Some College-Bound Kids Don’t Go

After students are accepted to college, a percentage don't attend. Learn how to spot signs of the summer melt phenomenon – and freeze it in its tracks.
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