3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice for keeping personal data safe on campus.
Temple uses an app called RoomSync. That allows incoming freshman and transfer students to look for compatible roommates.
The company is currently testing food trucks – or java trucks, if you will – at three colleges in the United States.
For some students, college is as much about partying as it is about studying.
The big legal issues the kids face on campus these days are drinking, hazing, and sexual assault, so you need to talk to your kids about them.
Students now have some new options when applying to the school.
Worried that sending your kid off to college means their diets will consist of boxed meals or ramen? Is your son or daughter moving into their first off-campus apartment and far away from dining halls? Our sister company, Simon & Schuster serves up some college-appropriate cookbooks designed to make cooking easy and even fun for your kids after they’ve fled the nest.
A recent independent voter poll found that the single biggest factor behind voter disapproval of Corbett’s job performance is his record on education.
The danger in the overestimation is that a student’s perception of his or her campus drinking norm is the strongest predictor of his or her personal alcohol consumption.
Young women are at greatest risk of being raped between the ages of 16 and 24 and at higher risk in college, where such activity has become rampant.
The coffee chain is partnering with Arizona State University to make an undergraduate degree available at a steep discount to 135,000 U.S. employees who work at least 20 hours a week.
3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan takes a look at the jobs landscape and what’s happening before and after a hire.
A local mother and her daughter graduate from college together.
A new survey of college graduates found that “highly selective schools don’t produce happier people or better workers…” but there is one thing that does make a difference.
Temple University’s Associate Director Student Financial Services Kimberly Benns says this means students have to borrow smarter.