International Student Immigration Issues: H1b Quota Met as of April 7th and Lessons Learned

Laurie Woog, an attorney who focuses on immigration and naturalization law, gives insight into the H1B cap and why college and graduate students need to hurry up when filing.

New York University- Are You Thinking of Going to College in a Big City?

Going to college in a big city like New York can be exciting! Hear about how going to college in a city can enhance your learning by taking advantage of all the opportunities but also be aware that it can be a little overwhelming for some students.

Ode to My Captain and The New GI Bill

I’m glad we have a new GI Bill, one that pledges to pay educational expenses for military personnel.  While I dread April 15th and my tax bill as much as the next person, I’m genuinely happy that our government offers at least some recompense to the men and women who stand in harm’s way on […]

Carnival of College Admission: Lucky 13th Edition

Well, folks, we made it to our Lucky 13th Edition of the Carnival of College Admission.  Hard to believe we’ve been running nearly 26 weeks…almost half a year.  What’s more, this Lucky 13 Edition falls near St. Patrick’s Day, when luck is sprinkled about by those jovial Irish.  So we have a lot of good […]