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  • Personal Narrative: My Future College

    year in high school, a three-word phrase was constantly drilled into my mind: the right fit. My teachers, counselors, and parents constantly stressed on how important it was to search for “the right fit” when it came to applying for colleges and universities. However, doing so was very tedious; long, stressful nights were dedicated to researching and weighing all my college options. That is, until I started to realize how many resources there were to help me narrow down my choices. These tools…

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  • Annotated Bibliography On Campus Safety

    occurring in almost every college and university. Bagenstos main focus was how the Obama administration 's Department of Education has taken a huge and strong step on Title IX of the education amendments against violence and sexual harassment on college campuses. The author even mentioned how some colleges took this amendment in mind and tried to adopt some new policies that will change and decrease some violence and sexual assault on campus. For example Harvard University…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Athletic Scholarships

    athletic scholarships can reduce the number of students abusing different types of drugs. These drug tests ensure not only the safety of these athletes but also maintains the integrity of the sports being played and the reputation of the colleges or universities offering these…

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  • Higher Education Cost

    is becoming a serious national issue. With the cost of tuition and fees rapidly increasing, colleges are afraid of scaring off students. Daniel Casse and Bruno Manno, journalists from Academic Questions, examined the average price of attending a university for a bachelor’s degree. According to these journalists, “The cost of four years of tuition along with room and board at an Ivy League School may well exceed $120,000” (Casse and Manno 3). This figure does not correlate with every student…

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  • Reflection On Field Site Experience

    Field Site Experience PORT Human Services on Paladin Drive offers an opioid treatment programs (OTP; it is known as PORT Methadone Clinic. My experience at PORT OTP has been an emotional roller coaster. I had an interview with another student, my site supervisor, another counselor, and the site director. During the interview, I was told that if I could successfully complete practicum at this site, I would be prepared to work with any population and any facility in the profession. I was informed…

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  • Six Reasons Why College Is Worth It

    that earning a college degree will pay back the cost of obtaining it several times over. In a 40-year work life, men with college degrees can expect to earn $1.1 million more than high school graduates” (Hout 387). Even though the cost to attend a University is high, a college graduate will easily be able to pay off their student loans. There are also many ways to reduce to cost of attending college. While in high-school, it is possible to rack up thousands of dollars for higher education if…

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  • Student Response Cards Essay

    Effect of Response Cards on Saudi Students with EBD in English Class. Manal Y. Al sheef Minnesota State University (Mankato) Introduction I have always found the idea behind the teaching strategy of response cards (RC) to students from Saudi Arabia with EBD in my country. It was drilled into my head that if we as teachers do not include this strategy, then students will not learn effectively and the class be bored. As we know teaching today is much more than telling facts from a textbook, it…

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  • Effects Of Adjusting To College Life Essay

    expectations of the increased freedom that they will gain when coming to college. Many student’s expectations tend to fall short of what they hoped to experience new adventures and lively events with friends. The following article from Villanova University Student Life also stated, “No matter what the expectations, nearly every student encounters challenging experiences or obstacles at the beginning of college that they didn’t anticipate.” Although, some individuals who had high expectations of…

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  • Taking Classes Vs Online Classes

    Students enrolling in college or universities today, have a completely new choice than last generation as to how they can pursue their degree. The choice given to them is taking classes the traditional method, by attending classes physically, or taking classes online, or a combination of both. Education differs today than in years past, giving students a whole new option to further their studies according to their own schedule, or by attending class in a traditional manner. According to the…

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  • Career Ready Degrees: A Case Study

    all colleges students has increase as students are beginning to ask about career ready degrees. First-generation students should continue to be supported by having colleges and university remove barriers for all students. Lastly, as the…

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