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By: SAGE Scholars — December 19, 2022
We've compiled a list of ways students and parents can engage with the program and become the ideal SAGE Scholar.
By: Sharon Callender — November 30, 2022
When you complete your FERPA proxy and understand your privacy rights, those seemingly small steps are helping you to become the leader of your life.
By: Jessica Dickenson — November 30, 2022
ESAs provide support through companionship and can help ease anxiety, depression, and certain phobias. Before you rush to the nearest animal shelter or get your pet from home, you should be aware that there is a stringent process for qualifying for an ESA.
By: SAGE Scholars — November 21, 2022
As a student there are decisions you need to make concerning your health care. Learn about health insurance options in college and find the right student plan for your needs!
By: Patricia Roy — November 11, 2022
There are many college majors to pick from and it's important to find the right major for you. How do you know you're on the right path?
By: Patricia Roy — November 11, 2022
Don't be limited in your choice of major or career due to ignorance or a lack of information. Here are Ten Jobs You Never Knew Existed!
By: Mackenzie Roberts — November 9, 2022
In this article, Mackenzie Roberts defines what a resume is and provides tips for creating one that will leave a lasting impression.
By: Al Dickenson — November 8, 2022
Audio/Visual work is used by many professions, including journalists, television marketers, and digital media workers. Here are some basic tips to improve your audio/visual skills and the quality of your work.
By: SAGE Scholars — November 8, 2022
Here's a look at credit-building tools, and how to use them to earn a good credit score.
By: Dr. Gwendolyn Maria Parrish — November 4, 2022
As an informed college student, you are probably aware of President Biden’s proposal to eliminate up to $20,000 in student loan debt per borrower. This means possible thousands in loan forgiveness for many current or former students. When planning your economic future, lowered loan amounts can be critical to your transition into the job force after graduation.
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