Art & Sciences

Mike chats with Director of Arts & Sciences Kendra Bergenske about general education and exploring your options.

Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College

  • Being Coachable vs. Being Uncoachable
    Our recruiting experts give some examples of what being coachable and uncoachable looks like to college coaches. Coachable • You are willing to learn and improve • You actively listen to constructive criticism from coaches and apply that feedback in practice and competitions • You are open-minded […]
  • Omelet | Kitchen Covered
    Student dining often gets a bad rap. Between the hefty cafeteria fare and the limited cooking options (microwave pizza again?), it can be hard work dodging the dreaded freshman 15. We’ve got you covered with Kitchen Covered: your quick fix to creating fresh, home cooked meals — all from the comfort […]
  • Spring College Recruiting Checklist for Juniors
    Juniors, learn what you should be doing this spring to stay on track in your college recruiting process https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/managing-recruiting-process/spring-checklist#juniors. SUMMARY See more tips for March, April and May. Download the Junior Year Spring Recruiting checklist […]
  • Growth Investing | What It Is And How To Start
    What do Tesla and Amazong stocks have in common? They’re growth stocks. Here’s what that means: https://theci.co/growthinvesting Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ What is growth investing? ▶︎ Growth Investing vs. Value Investing ▶︎ How to evaluate potential […]
  • Do NAIA Schools Give Athletic Scholarships?
    Yes, NAIA schools can give athletic scholarships. Learn more from our recruiting experts as they discuss NAIA scholarships and the benefits of NAIA schools. For more on this topic, check out: https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/how-to-get-recruited/college-divisions#NAIA View NCSA’s list of Best […]
  • TaxSlayer Review 2021 | Great Tax Software At A Bargain Price
    Taxslayer has significantly improved for 2021 and we name them a top choice for self-employed tax filers. Here’s our full TaxSlayer review: https://theci.co/taxslayeryoutube ▶︎ What is TaxSlayer and does it offer free tax filing? ▶︎ TaxSlayer Price and Plans ▶︎ A walkthrough of TaxSlayer […]
  • PCC Links: Gateway to College
    Gateway to College is a unique program that lets you get your high school diploma while you earn college credit. Gateway to College contracts with your school district to offer you a scholarship to the program. The scholarship covers the cost of tuition and books. Our program also pairs you with a […]
  • Bankruptcy & Student Loans: Breaking Down the Process
    You can file bankruptcy on your student loans. It’s just hard to do. Plus it takes an extra step. First, you file bankruptcy. Either a chapter 7 or chapter 13 will do. Next, you have to file an adversary proceeding. The adversary proceeding is a lawsuit where you argue to the court that you […]
  • Late Night Breakfast!
    Near the end of each term, on a surprise date, Bennington students are treated to Late Night Breakfast—a welcome break from their studies and stress. The ringing of the Commons bell summons them to the Dining Hall, where faculty and staff serve up breakfast food, and all unwind with music and […]
  • Buying A House With High Student Loan Debt
    Think you can’t buy a house because of your student loan debt? Think again. Yes, having high student loan debt can make it difficult to buy a home. But it doesn’t make it impossible. As senior mortgage broker Dennis Tate explains, the biggest obstacle to buying a home when you have student loans is […]
  • 3 Minute Mondays | What Happens to Student Loans When I Die?
    Back again with this week’s 3 Minute Mondays. The questions this week are: 01:08 Q1: What happens to your student loans when you die? 02:05 Q2: Can student loans garnish your Social Security monthly benefits payment? 03:54 Q3: Can I go back to college if I owe student loans? ### Schedule a […]
  • What is a Quiet period?
    Learn what a quiet period is in NCAA recruiting and what to expect during it. SUMMARY • Get more information about the NCAA Quiet Period https://www.ncsasports.org/ncaa-eligibility-center/recruiting-rules/quiet-period • Get more information about the NCAA Dead Period: […]
  • Ryan Ackerman 11/16/2020
    Ryan Ackerman, Senior Pastor, Cornerstone Church – Pray & Don’t Lose Heart, Luke 18: 1-8 – Gordon College – Monday, Nov 16, 2020 Source: Gordon College […]
  • Morelia Cortes- The Timothy Award
    Source: Everett Community College […]
  • (Ep. 118) Will President Biden Block Student Loan Cancelation? | Student Loan Planner
    When President Biden was asked at his first town hall whether he would forgive at least $50,000 of student loan debt, he quickly responded, “I will not make that happen.” The president is in support of canceling $10k for borrowers, but there’s a catch. Student Loan Planner Consultant Meagan […]
  • Not Sure How Much to Borrow? Check These Tips | College Covered
    Not sure how much money to borrow for college? You’re not alone. There are a lot of misconceptions about when you should start thinking about your student loan balance, when you have to pay it back and how it can impact your credit score. These tips will help you make an informed decision, and […]
  • What does a D1 baseball first baseman look like?
    What does a D1 baseball first baseman look like? Former Division 1 player and NCSA’s Director of Baseball Nelson Gord, breaks down what a D1 first baseman should have in their baseball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/baseball-scholarships/ […]
  • 3 Ways To Make $50,000 Per Year Without Working [Without A Day Job]
    $50,000 may seem like a lot of money, but you can setup income streams to make that each year – passively! Read the full article here: https://theci.co/50kyoutube Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ Conventional wisdom about passive income ▶︎ Frontloading your life […]
  • College Match: Questions to Help Find the Best College Fit
    How do you find a good college match for your student-athlete or for yourself? Our experts provide help with several questions to ask high school students about college to find the best fit. For more on this topic, check out: […]
  • Your Student Loan Questions Answered
    We have seen a lot of changes to the student loan system over the last few months. The Student Loan Planner team of consultants – Meagan Landress, Lauryn Williams, Justin Harvey, and Rob Bertman – are following the changes to keep you up to date. In this episode, they’re answering your […]
  • Trojans Vote!
    https://www.everettcc.edu/visitors/trojans-vote Join the Trojan Nation in participating in Election Day! For democracy to work for all of us, it must include us all. This election, you can make your voice heard and ensure we all have a say in our democracy. Source: Everett Community College […]
  • cory wade
    Source: Ursinus College […]
  • A Tour of the Kim and Tritton Dorms
    Isabel Queen ’21 created this quick tour of the Kim and Tritton Dormitories. Source: Haverford College […]
  • Women of WITCC: Lora VanderZwaag & Michelle Wallace
    In honor of Women’s History Month, Mike is taking time to chat with some incredible women at Western Iowa Tech. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • ESCAMAS II. Navegando
    Source: Blinn College […]
  • Will there be $10,000 of Student Loan CANCELLATION? | Student Loan Forgiveness
    Is 2021 the year of $10,000 student loan cancellation? In this video, we explore if there will be $10,000 of student loan cancellation under the Biden Administration. We share with you what the Heroes Act tells us, if this proposal was a campaign or policy effort, our prediction, and what you can […]
  • Spring College Recruiting Checklist for Seniors
    Seniors, learn what you should be doing this spring to stay on track in your college recruiting process https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/managing-recruiting-process/spring-checklist#seniors. SUMMARY See more tips for March, April, and May. Download the Senior Year Spring Recruiting checklist […]
  • What does a D1 pitcher look like?
    What does a D1 softball pitcher look like? Former D1 head softball coach Holly Bruder breaks down what a D1 pitcher should have in their softball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/softball-scholarships/ College Softball Recruiting Guidelines […]
  • Blinn College Board of Trustees – Board Meeting – MAr 9 test
    Blinn College Board of Trustees Source: Blinn College […]
  • What does a D1 baseball middle infielder look like?
    What does a D1 baseball middle infielder look like? Former Division 1 player and NCSA’s Director of Baseball Nelson Gord, breaks down what a D1 middle infielder should have in their baseball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile […]
  • 5 Biggest Risks To Your Finances Post-Election
    With the election looming, we’re all anxious about what might happen. And with that, a public service announcement: If you haven’t voted, please go vote! Regardless of who wins, there are risks to your finances post-election. I’m sharing the five biggest risks that you should pay attention to […]
  • Can I Purchase A Home While Paying Off Student Loan Debt? | Student Loan Planner
    Is purchasing a home something you aim to do in the near future? Do you also have a ton of student loan debt? Are you wondering if you purchase a home while paying off student loan debt? While there are some obstacles that could delay the process, it’s still possible to execute. In this video, we […]
  • NCAA Eligibility Center, D1 and D2 Sliding Scale
    The NCAA Sliding Scale helps determine the SAT/ACT test scores you need to be eligible to play college athletics. RESOURCES: ===================== Application Deadlines and Processes https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/managing-recruiting-process/college-application-process Academic Eligibility […]
  • Gordon College Department of Music 2021
    Learn more at www.gordon.edu/admissions Source: Gordon College […]
  • Outdoor Chapel 2020
    Source: Gordon College […]
  • How to Catch a Coach’s Attention if the College is Far Away
    Our experts provide some tips for getting the attention of college coaches if the school you’re targeting is further away and are unable to see the coach in person. For more on this topic, check out: https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/contacting-college-coaches Join us each Tuesday at 2 PM CST […]
  • (Ep. 122) Beware Hidden Agendas in the Student Loan Industry | Student Loan Planner
    With so much conflicting information out there about the student loan crisis, it literally pays to have some healthy skepticism when asking for guidance on your specific situation. Listen in as I share the five types of groups who you should be slow to trust when it comes to their advice on your […]
  • Chiropractor Wins the “Student Loan Lottery” at Texas Convention
    Chiropractor and Business Owner Dr. Chase Dyess of Burleson, Texas shares his story of how, in under an hour, Student Loan Tutor completely transformed his financial life by adjusting his Federal Student Loan Strategy, adding $949,000 of value for him and his wife. To schedule a one on one call […]
  • Post-crisis Economics: Thinking on the Average
    Small decisions add up to big effects. The crises of our day have made this plainer than ever. In the John Mason Lecture, economist Dr. Kristen Cooper will argue that although people make decisions incrementally—“on the margin” in economist lingo—what they care about is the cumulative effect of […]
  • How To Handle Taxes For Your Side Hustle
    If you’ve been side hustling this year and earning extra money, you will have to do a few things different for your taxes. Here’s how to handle it: https://theci.co/sidehustletaxyoutube Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ How to track your income and expenses […]
  • How to Make a Highlight Video | Football | Wide Receiver
    Learn how to make a football wide reciever highlight video and what college coaches are looking for at your position/level. Watch our football expert analyze highlight film, and get actionable tips for showcasing the skills coaches want to see in your video. RESOURCES: NCSA Football Recruiting […]
  • CAN/DID: Inclusion in Practice at De Anza College: Intercultural Studies Part I | De Anza College
    CAN/DID: Standing Against Racism and Injustice CAN/DID is an ongoing multimedia series that explores equity and social justice issues – including lessons we can all learn from the struggles of different groups and individuals – by drawing on the knowledge and experience of De Anza College students, […]
  • Back to Basics: What You Need to Know About IDR Plans
    Justin Harvey, CFP®, and Rob Bertman, CFA, CFP®, explore income-driven repayment (IDR) plans, how each can affect your financial future, and strategies to help you maximize your student loan repayment and keep more money in your pocket. In today’s episode, you’ll find out: What the IDR […]
  • Myth: Coaches Will Find You if You’re Great at Your Sport
    Our recruiting experts address common misconceptions about how college coaches find recruits. For more on this topic, check out: https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/how-to-get-recruited/college-recruiting-process Have a question you want answered about the college recruiting process? Send an […]
  • Best Tips for Financial Planning: How to Balance Saving, Investing, and Paying off Debt with…
    Student Loan Planner consultants Rob Bertman and Meagan Landress share their best tips to find balance with budgeting, saving, investing, and paying off debt without sacrificing your quality of life. In today’s episode, you’ll find out: The right balance between paying off debt and saving for […]
  • Going Back To School As An Adult: Is It Worth It?
    With Covid-19 and the economy, many adults are considering going back to college to advance their education. But is it worth it? Learn more here: https://theci.co/backtoschoolyoutube Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ Why people go back to school when the economy is down. […]
  • 3 Minute Mondays | How Can I Remove Late Student Loan Payments From My Credit Report?
    3 Student Loan Questions X 3 Minutes X Monday Q1: How can I get late student loan payments from my credit report? A: Your student loan servicer or collection agency likely won’t agree to remove the late payments. And that’s true even if you submit a goodwill letter. Some people have had […]
  • International Student Perspective: Studying in the USA
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • Trio of Metallica videos
    Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • Women of WITCC: Jessica Garcia & Sara Klatt
    In honor of Women’s History Month, Mike is taking time to chat with some incredible women at Western Iowa Tech. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • 5 FREE minutes of THERAPY as you head into 2021
    Do you feel like you could use five free minutes of therapy as you kick off the new year? Maybe you’re a current student preparing for the return to campus, or maybe you’re a high school senior in the midst of your college search. In either case, you’re about to experience transition. And as Reid […]
  • What does “community” mean to you?
    What does “community” mean to you? We recently interviewed a student at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Steven K., who is a chapter leader of the National Black Deaf Advocates (NBDA) organization. Steven is dedicated to supporting Black Deaf and Hard of Hearing Americans by ensuring they have access […]
  • Live Q+A | Pre-Vacation: Loan Forgiveness for Senior Citizens and Teachers, and Credit Score Q’s
    Before I went on vacation for the next week, I decide to do one more Live Q+A. This Q+A lasted about 30 minutes. We covered student loan forgiveness for senior citizens, teachers, and everybody at large. We also discussed reopening a bankruptcy case to discharge student loan debt and credit […]
  • Invent Oregon: Broadway to Go Interviews
    Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • A Weekend at Haverford College
    Taylor Seid ’22 walks us through a fall 2020 weekend at Haverford. Source: Haverford College […]
  • Ideas for transitioning back to campus for Fall quarter
    After more than a year of learning mostly online, we’re excited to bring back more students for in-person learning this Fall. To get ready, we’ve come up with some ways to help students and faculty make a smooth transition back to campus life. Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Teaching During COVID-19 and the Power of Giving
    Don’t miss the chance to hear from two of our faculty members: Monica Chu, ’98 UC alumna and Chemistry Lecturer, and Nicholas Scoville, Joseph Beardwood III, Chair of Mathematics and Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science.  We would like to thank our faculty, staff and students for […]
  • Live Q+A | March 6 2021 | Getting Cosigners Released, Who the *&^% is ECMC, and more
    In this week’s Live Q+A, we covered: 00:23 FFEL Loans and student loan collections 01:25 When REPAYE and Standard Plan look alike 03:43 Disability and payment changes 04:47 Student loan from 1976 05:10 Reopening bankruptcy case 06:12 Settling student loans with different delinquency/default […]
  • Commencement 2020 – Conferring of Degrees
    Commencement – Conferring of Degrees premieres Saturday, May 30 at 12:00 pm ET Conferring of Degrees, featuring remarks by faculty speaker Phillip B. Williams. For more information on Bennington College’s Commencement, visit https://www.bennington.edu/commencement Source: Bennington […]
  • Jerry Logan Mar 05, 2012
    Dr. Jerry Logan – The Cinderella Strategy: Finding God through Athletics, Poetry, and a Few Strangers – Gordon College – Friday, Mar 05, 2021 Source: Gordon College […]