Is University of Phoenix #1?


According to a report I recently read by the NCES (National Center for Education Statistics), the university with the highest enrollment for both online and campus was the University of Phoenix with a total enrollment of 165,373 students. The next largest … Continue reading “Is University of Phoenix #1?” »

Prepare Today for Tomorrow!


Procrastination surrounds our everyday life.  If possible we will put tasks aside if less appealing than others.  For example, many people put off their own education, just because more work is involved than the everyday task. Why wouldn’t you want to be as educated as possible?   What better time to get educated for tomorrow’s world than … Continue reading “Prepare Today for Tomorrow!” »

Income, Education, and Marital Status


If you had to take a guess, who would you say makes more money: a high school grad or a college grad? “Easy,” you’re thinking, “college grads make more.” And you’re right. In fact, college graduates earn about double the income of high school graduates. Now, tell me who makes more, a single guy or … Continue reading “Income, Education, and Marital Status” »

Dead End Job?

Do you feel like you are at a dead end job? Well don’t get too down on yourself it could be worse! Check out this guy’s job and tell me what you think. I absolutely love that his job description is “critter removal”. Now I am sure he has a more official position name but … Continue reading “Dead End Job?” »

AIS: College Scholarships for Native Americans


Last month, I attended a great education charity event for American Indian Services. AIS is a non-profit organization that has provided thousands of college scholarships for almost 100 different Indian tribes. It was an inspiring event. They shared stories about how AIS got started, and how an … Continue reading “AIS: College Scholarships for Native Americans” »