Dylan Chidick's parents didn't spend 500 thousand dollars bribing university officials to get him accepted. The New Jersey teen has received legitimate letters of acceptance from 17 colleges & universities...
The digital age has opened up a whole new world when it comes to education. McNeese has joined in, realizing that people want to further their careers through education, but also need to work when traditional classes are offered.
Louisiana's Department of Education says a record number of graduates have met the requirements necessary to receive a TOPS award. The news comes as representatives are scheduled to debate bills Thursday that would change the state's scholarship program.
My son is a high school senior, and my stomach lurched when the Louisiana legislature essentially laid waste to the TOPS program. Like many parents, I am searching for alternate ways to pay for college. His guidance counselor gave us the link to a nifty website featuring several odd scholarships I didn't know about! Who knew they offered a scholarship just for being funny? Or tall?
My advice for the graduating Class of 2015 is this... you can make any dream come true, if you want it to. Will it be easy? No. Will it take sacrifice? Absolutely! But if you want to make your dream come true then go do it.