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Common Black College Application

It’s that time of year again, when high school students are busy filling out college applications. For those interested in applying to historically black colleges, the process has never been more accommodating. The Common Black College Application Students can apply to 52 of the more than 100 HBCUs by completing just one application: the Common

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Is An Online High School Right for You

What is an online high school? Online high schools are an alternative to the traditional brick-and-mortar high school; instead, you “attend” classes online. This option meets the needs of students who benefit from the freedom and flexibility of distance learning (ie. actors, musicians, athletes, students from military families, etc.). How does it work? Students complete

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Importance of Fly In Programs

One of the most important things you can do in deciding which college or university to attend is to visit the school. Looking through brochures and browsing an institution’s website can give you some idea of what campus-life may be like. However, visiting the college or university in person gives you a firsthand view of

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Tribal Colleges and Universities

You’ve heard of HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) but do you know about TCUs? Tribal Colleges and Universities were established by Native Americans to educate themselves and preserve native culture, languages and traditions. The first and largest TCU, Navajo Community College (now Diné College) was founded by the Navajo tribe in 1968. Today, there

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