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By: SAGE Scholars — June 18, 2022
If you're new to the SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards program, you may notice that our consortium of over 440 member institutions is made up of private colleges and universities. Like many families, you may be wondering, why does SAGE Scholars champion a private college education? We break down the reasons in this article.
By: James Johnston, Ed.D. — June 18, 2022
The title “college” or “university” does not imply quality differences. Amherst, Haverford, Pomona, and Swarthmore are among the very best undergraduate programs, but none offer graduate degrees. Harvard College is the undergraduate component of Harvard University.
By: SAGE Scholars — June 7, 2022
It's a reality, summer is winding down and with every passing day there are more and more commercials for back to school products. Before you know it, you will be back in the classroom, taking notes, and preparing for tests. Don't stop reading! As stressful as going back to school may seem, it will be less stressful the more you prepare for it and visualize what kind of student you want to be this year.
By: SAGE Scholars — June 7, 2022
Students everywhere are under a lot of pressure. So it's important to take time to mentally prepare for the stresses of school. Remember, you can succeed academically without sapping your mental health.
By: SAGE Scholars — May 22, 2022
Tags: College, Health
Finishing college has a huge impact on future health. According to the CDC, college graduate who is currently 25 years old will live 60 additional years on average, as opposed to 48 years fora 25 year old who didn’t finish high school. In any given year, a college graduate is less than half as likely to die than someone who never attended college.
By: SAGE Scholars — May 1, 2022
Colleges have a “list price” of tuition. Don’t let this scare you away from considering a private college education. Not only is the “list price” unlikely to be the price that you actually pay. In fact, a private college may cost less than a state school.
By: SAGE Scholars — May 1, 2022
The most important decision many high school students make is where to go for college. There are so many options! Large school versus small, close to home versus distant, urban versus suburban versus rural, extracurricular activity offerings, public versus private, etc… it can be hard to decide. In this article we will share why you may want to consider a private college.
By: SAGE Scholars — April 16, 2022
With decision deadlines approaching, many students may be struggling with taking on the financial burden of paying for college. For students also beginning their college planning, deciding what type of college is right for you is also a decision that requires much consideration. At SAGE Scholars, we’re committed to providing students with the highest quality Liberal Arts education and dispelling the common misconceptions about the value of a Liberal Arts degree.
By: SAGE Scholars — April 9, 2022
Tags: College, Rankings
Most people who have thought of applying to college, whether as a student or parent, have come across college rankings websites and magazines. The most familiar one is put out yearly by U.S. News and World Report1 (USNWR) but there are many others.
By: SAGE Scholars — March 22, 2022
Tags: SAGE Secure
SAGE Scholars Educational Foundation Looks To The Future With New Student Support Benefit