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    College is one of the most important decisions in anyone's life and there are just too many factors to consider while trying to find a college that best fits you. For this compare and contrast essay I have decided to break each of my six colleges down into six criteria These criteria will help me decide which college is the best fitfor me. The colleges I have chosen are as follows: The University of South Carolina (USC), The University of Clemson, The University of Alabama, The University of Baylor

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    pond, Going to a big college campus to a small college campus can be really jarring or it really could be just that change you need in your life. What pop up to your mind when considering to choose a college after graduating from a school? One may think first consideration is often the size, and when looking at different colleges or universities because there 's a lot to choose from, you really do need to ask yourself this, Do I want to attend a big college or a small university? There are pros and

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    Everyone has had some type of excitement after winning something. Nothing matters but the win without any thoughts of profit. Recently, there has been a debated question; should college students who play a sport get rewarded by being paid? I believe college athletes should not get paid for various reasons: they receive scholarships, perks and it would create problems with the university expenses. College athletes have been dedicating their time and hard work into the sport they have worked so hard

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    For many years, college has been described to be the most important and most impactful decision of one’s life. For some, college is a helping tool in their career path that would set them up for success. For others, college is a dreadful nightmare that they do not wish to remember again. One of the biggest reasons that students stress and don’t finish their education is because of college debt. It has been said that “as prices soar, a college degree statistically remains a good lifetime investment

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    The popularity of college sports has risen tremendously throughout the years amongst Americans. The passion to watch college basketball, football, baseball, and other sports has generated billions of dollars to the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) and to various athletic programs throughout America. Even though, colleges are raking in millions of dollars from their sports teams. “Last year 's National Collegiate Athletic Association ("NCAA") basketball tournament generated over $70

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    States study in a public four year university, or a public two year community college. All public universities in the country receive funding from their respective state, which is one of the main policies that the federal government implements to reduce the cost of attending colleges. The federal government also provides loans, grants, and federal financial aid to students who want to attended college in an attempt to make sure that all students who want to go to college but have financial issues still

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    Despite the similarities between traditional and non-traditional students, differences in adult students’ experience of and perceptions about education make their transition to college unique. In order to be successful in recruiting and retaining non-traditional students, universities need to provide resources and incentives to this sector of students. In American in the mid 1970’s, only 30% of all jobs required higher education (Gonzalez). Today, the reality is that 63% now require post-secondary

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    The Idea of a University

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    The Idea of a University People have long assumed that university is the home of the educated and open minded people. People expand their personal horizons here. The public believes university students can deal with the cultural differences of human beings. The public believes students can deal with these differences because university students are exposed to a wide range of academic subjects including Humanities. Humanities exposes students to world literature, art, and geography. The

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    Colleges vs Universities One of the hardest decisions a high school graduate deals is the choice between attending a Community College or a University.Community College is the most basic type of two-year College that gives students basic preparation to continue education, are often an affordable and reasonble option. Universities you can earn degrees such as Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorates which is more expensive. At a University, you can prepare for many types of careers or for further study

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    This proposal recommends the implementation of a new text- messaging reference service at the Prairie State College library. This service would extend the library’s current limited virtual services, by allowing students to send and receive answers to reference questions via text outside the library’s physical location, as well as normal business hours. To ensure cost effective implementation, the service would take advantage of the university’s current email system, allowing librarians to receive

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