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    Top 25 online Psychology degree for 2019

    Get detailed info on the top universities offering the best psychology degree programs entirely online. Also, discover the features, degree programs, career and job prospects of Psychology.


    Published on April 16th 2019
    FAFSA deadline 2019-2020

    Approaching deadline is the greatest fear when it comes to FAFSA Application. Find here the important dates, information and tips to apply quicker and smarter for FAFSA.


    Published on April 12th 2019
    Scholarship scams

    Learn all about scholarship scams and find the legitimate scholarships for yourself. Also, discover the warning signs of scholarship scams and ways to stop it.


    Published on April 04th 2019
    What is FAFSA and why is it important?

    Looking for financial assistance to sponsor your education? Well, the answer to your problems is here. You can get free money for college which you don’t have to repay back. Discover the FAFSA meaning, deadline, eligibility, scholarships, and more.


    Published on February 12th 2019
    What should I major in college?

    Having trouble choosing a major? Don't know where to start off? Read out the blog to make an informed decision regarding your major.


    Published on January 24th 2019
    U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF)

    The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation is the only prime association that accredits geospatial intelligence programs provided by the different institutions to the students. So, to know more, read more.


    Published on May 30th 2018
    Teacher Education Accreditation Council - TEAC

    Teacher Education Accreditation Council is a council for educator preparation accreditation in which educator or instructor preparation programs provided by different institutions are accredited. Read more to know about TEAC.


    Published on May 30th 2018
    Planning Accreditation Board (PAB)

    Planning Accreditation Board is the accrediting body that certifies institutions offering planning programs to individuals. So, to get to know more, go forward and read more.


    Published on May 29th 2018
    Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools

    The Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools are the commission accrediting early-adoloscence post-secondary schools. They are the leader in maintaing quality in education. So, go on and read the blog to know more about it.


    Published on May 24th 2018
    Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)

    JRCERT accredited educational programs in radiation therapy, magnetic resonance, and medical dosimetry that can be offered at the certificate, associate, baccalaureate, and master’s degree levels in both traditional and distance education settings. To know more about JRCERT read this article.


    Published on May 24th 2018
    Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC)

    The Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care takes into account respiratory care programs and accredits them and colleges who provide them. Find more about the accreditation, and its various processes and possibilities.


    Published on May 23rd 2018
    Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)

    The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) is the association which provides accreditations to institutions providing technology, management and applied engineering disciplines to the students. Learn more about the strategies adopted by institutions to be granted the ATMAE accreditation.


    Published on May 23rd 2018
    Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE)

    Council on Chiropractic Education is a national agency that accredits institutions and programs that award a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and follow the accreditation standards. For more information on CCE, read the blog.


    Published on May 22nd 2018
    What is a terminal degree?

    A terminal degree is the highest degree you can earn in a particular academic discipline. Read about the degree types, careers, when to enrol in terminal degree and more.


    Published on May 22nd 2018
    Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)

    The Council on Education for Public Health is the council for the accreditation of public health and public health programs provided by the educational institutes, which you can come to know about by reading this blog.


    Published on May 22nd 2018
    How to get a PhD?

    A PhD is the concluding degree for some fields, and it develops graduates for faculty and research positions at universities. Obtaining a PhD requires exceptional coursework, examinations and a thesis analyzing original research. To know more about how to get a PhD; read this article.


    Published on May 22nd 2018
    Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET

    ABET is the commission that accredits colleges and universities who provide programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering and engineering technology at the bachelor's and master's level.


    Published on May 22nd 2018
    Apply for Scholarships

    Start researching early, and meet deadlines, and you may be on your way to scholarship success. Scholarship can be the best financial assistance to any college going, student. To know more about the scholarships available and what are their various application criteria read this article.


    Published on May 22nd 2018
    Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants (IASG)

    This financial aid is given to students who's parent or guardian was a member of military service in Iraq or Afghanistan and died in service. Unlike other grants, this plan has peculiar eligibility criteria. To know more about this plan read this blog.


    Published on May 21st 2018
    TEACH Grants

    The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program can help you pay for college if you plan to become a teacher in a high-need field in a low-income area. time. To know more about this grant read this blog.


    Published on May 21st 2018
    Council on Occupational Education (COE)

    The Council on Occupational Education (COE) is the council that accredits the educational institutions that provide the career and technical education to their students.


    Published on May 21st 2018
    Navy ROTC Scholarship

    The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) program is college-based, commissioned officer training program of the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps. To know more about this scholarship read this blog.


    Published on May 21st 2018
    ESL TESOL Online

    Now English has become an important language and for students to get admission in college or university in the US or any other nation where English acts as primary language, hence students should have a good grip on this language. This makes ESL and TESOL courses important.


    Published on May 19th 2018
    Financial aid and Scholarships for minorities

    Students of color and other minority groups have long been underrepresented and since a large percentage of US population is comprised of minorities. Thus to increase diversity in campuses and make higher education available for everyone, that's the origin of this type of scholarships.


    Published on May 19th 2018
    Montgomery G.I. Bill

    This article discusses the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, commonly known as the G. I. Bill. How it had impacted the life of Veteran, and how it has helped to uplift their status in the society. What are the benefits, eligibility criteria and much more.


    Published on May 19th 2018
    What are Credits?

    Credits can be said as a set of standards used to assess the work done and the effort put by the students for completion of a course. To know more about credits and how the credit system works read this article.


    Published on May 19th 2018
    Financial aid for Military

    Getting into military requires a great deal of hard work, dedication and a great deal of sacrifice. Due to this, the government offers a lot of benefits and aid to those who wish to attend school before, during and after their service. To know more about military aid read this article.


    Published on May 18th 2018
    College Loans

    Once after getting admission in a college if you feel that the finance is going overboard. Then, you decided to apply for financial aid. You may then be offered a loan as part of the college's financial aid offer. A loan is money you borrow that must be paid back with interest.


    Published on May 18th 2018
    Yellow Ribbon Program

    It is a provision of the Post-9/11 GI Bill that would help prospective candidates to attend expensive colleges without worrying about the cost. To know more about this program read this article.


    Published on May 18th 2018
    William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program

    William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program is the Federal Loan Program of the United States Education Department. The methods of application, imbursement and repayment are explained in detail in this article.


    Published on May 18th 2018
    Army ROTC Scholarship

    The Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps scholarship provides benefits to those army officers and students who want to focus on the important aspect i.e the college degree and not about the payment. To know more about this scholarship read this article.


    Published on May 17th 2018
    Private Student Loans

    A Private Student Loan is a financing option for those who want to pursue higher education. These are like a substitute of Federal loans. Since 2011 they are offered with zero fees. To know more about Private Student Loan read this article.


    Published on May 17th 2018