Christmas Chapel 12/02/20

Christmas Chapel 12/02/20

Source: Gordon College

  • Trojans Vote!
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  • What President Biden Might Do to Student Loans
    Each state is working to certify the official election results, but we have an apparent winner in President-Elect Joe Biden. Given the history of Obama-Biden student loan policies, it’s likely that we’ll see some progressive changes that could affect the future of student loans. Here are seven […]
  • Make the Most of Your Winter – Online! De Anza College Winter Quarter 2021 | De Anza College
    Enroll now and make the most of your time – online! Classes will be held online in winter quarter 2021 at De Anza College, the college that’s always Tops in Transfer – and more! deanza.edu/apply-and-register De Anza College is always • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in […]
  • De Anza College 2020 Commencement: Orrin Mahoney
    #deanzagrad2020 #deanzacollege De Anza College is • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in community college transfers to the University of California, California State University and private universities • Tops in Career Training: Award-winning programs designed by industry […]
  • URSI: Lightning Lecture – Jennifer King
    Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Blinn College Board of Trustees – Board Meeting – December 08, 2020
    Blinn College Board of Trustees Source: Blinn College […]
  • Omelet | Kitchen Covered
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  • OMIC November 2020 timelapse
    Portland Community College is designing a Training Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing to train Oregon’s next generation of the workforce. And with industry need for skilled workers at an all-time high, the arrival of the Training Center – part of the Oregon Manufacturing Innovation […]
  • Taking California Community Colleges to New Heights
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  • Course Modalities
    Blinn College is offering a variety of course modalities to fit every student’s needs. To learn more about Blinn’s operational changes for Fall 2020, please visit https://www.blinn.edu/back-with-blinn/index.html Source: Blinn College […]
  • Lola’s Transfer Story
    Lola Holcomb ’21 shares her transfer story from some of her favorite spots around campus! Source: Ursinus College […]
  • A Weekend at Haverford College
    Taylor Seid ’22 walks us through a fall 2020 weekend at Haverford. Source: Haverford College […]
  • Virtual Opening Day 2020 | De Anza College
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    Before you go to college, you have to apply to college. And before you apply to college, you have to decide which colleges to apply to. Jack Wanberg sits down with Veronica Hauad to learn what to watch out for when building a college list. Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • URSI: Lightning Lecture – Jennifer VanGilder
    Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Why You Can’t Get Private Student Loan Forgiveness
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  • 2021 Cascade Festival of African Films (opening animation)
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  • Dr. Katie Benson DVM
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  • President Tim Cooks welcomes you to fall term
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  • Make the Most of Your Winter – Online! De Anza College Winter Quarter 2021 | De Anza College
    Enroll now and make the most of your time – online! All classes will be held online in fall quarter 2021 at De Anza College, the college that’s always Tops in Transfer – and more! deanza.edu/apply-and-register De Anza College is always • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in […]
  • ESCAMAS IV. Carreteros
    Source: Blinn College […]
  • CCC President Tim Cook welcomes you to winter term
    Clackamas Community College President Tim Cook would like to welcome all students to the start of winter term 2021! Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • When Should You Refinance Your Zero Percent Federal Student Loans? | Student Loan Planner
    Read the full article: https://www.studentloanplanner.com/refinance-federal-student-loans/ Source: Student Loan Planner […]
  • What It Means To Be A Ford
    Narrated by Daniel Dae Kim ’90 Source: Haverford College […]
  • What’s the Difference Between Private & Federal Student Loans?
    There are two main types of student loans that can help you pay for college, federal student loans and private student loans. Often, both kinds play a role in financing college education. Learn more about federal and private student loans: […]
  • What Is Cost of Attendance? | College Ave Student Loans
    One of the most confusing things about going to college is figuring out how much it’s going to cost. You may have heard about "cost of attendance", but what does that mean? Find out the answers from College Ave Student Loans. Learn more about cost of attendance: […]
  • Data: The Most Valuable Resource in the World
    John List, the Kenneth C. Griffin Distinguished Service Professor in Economics, discusses the data revolution’s impact on business, the existential threat facing companies that don’t generate or analyze data, and how data, more so than oil, is the most valuable resource in the world. The […]
  • Defending Our Den: “But still try, for who knows what is possible.”
    Mark Schneider, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the College and leader of the COVID-19 Virus Taskforce, shares the strategy used the fall semester and how we kept our students, faculty and staff safe. The extraordinary measures undertaken by the college have required significant […]
  • How to Ace Your First Job Interview After College
    Getting the opportunity to have an in-person interview is a big deal, so be sure you don’t take it for granted. According to Career Sidekick, the average hiring manager will only invite 2-4 candidates for an in-person interview. Starting the next step in life – your career – can be scary, but don’t […]
  • Arts & Sciences + Transferring
    Mike chats with Director of Arts & Sciences Kendra Bergenske about general education and transfer options. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • How to Read a Financial Aid Award Letter
    It’s not always clear how to read your financial aid award letter. Let us breakdown the different elements of the letter, and what other factors you should consider when reviewing and comparing them. Learn more about reading a financial aid award letters at: […]
  • How to Pay for Grad School Q&A
    Paying for graduate school has a lot of similarities as undergrad, but comes with its own unique options and challenges. We answer some frequently asked questions about scholarships, grants and graduate student loans. Learn more about how to pay for graduate school: […]
  • Commencement 2020—Senior Speaker Deja’ Haley ’20
    Deja’ Haley ’20 is the senior class speaker. Haley is a student of Black Studies, Literature and Psychology. Her academic path at Bennington has been driven by a desire to understand how we create belonging and community through our differences. Formative to Haley’s time at Bennington was an […]
  • International Student Perspective: Studying in the USA
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • What Makes a Good College Essay Topic? | College Covered
    One of the most daunting aspects of the college application process is the college essay. Whether you have to write an open-ended personal statement, a school-specific topic or you’re answering a question from the Common Application’s essay prompts, deciding what you will write about is often the […]
  • Unique Student Loan Considerations for Physicians
    Physicians often ignore their student loan debt because so much of their brain space and emotional energy is dedicated to their vocation of medicine. In this episode, Student Loan Planner consultants Lauryn Williams and Justin Harvey explore unique student loan considerations and strategies for […]
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    We’ve created over 5,000 custom student loan repayment strategies for clients. In this episode, I’m sharing the best repayment tips by occupation. Find out what most borrowers in your profession do with their student loans and how best to pay them off. In today’s episode, you’ll find out: The […]
  • Booking a Tutoring Appointment
    Experienced faculty, alumni, professional, and students from all campuses are available for free tutoring. For more information: pcc.edu/tutoring Source: Portland Community College […]
  • MTH 99 Hands-On Learning
    MTH 99 provides an opportunity to practice and work towards a deeper understanding of individually chosen topics from Introductory Algebra – Second Term (MTH 65), and Math Literacy (MTH 58) through hands-on Makerspace activities. For more information: https://www.pcc.edu/maker/stem-center/ […]
  • Vision in Acton: Next Frontier Session 1
    Source: California Community Colleges […]
  • Questions in the Study of Inequality
    James J. Heckman, Henry Schultz Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at UChicago, introduces students to a framework that establishes how to study inequality. He considers multiple factors including health inequality, family as a source of inequality, and international trends in wages, […]
  • Filling Out the FAFSA | College Covered
    Every year, high school grads walk away from billions — as much as $2.7 billion in 2015 — in free federal grant money that could help pay for college, according to NerdWallet. Why? Because they don’t fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, aka the FAFSA®. With nearly 130 questions […]
  • Making a Football Defensive Back Skills Video During COVID-19
    Learn how to make a football defensive back skills video during COVID-19 and what college coaches are looking for at your position/level. Watch our football defensive back expert analyze skills footage and get actionable tips for showcasing the skills coaches want to see in your video. NCSA […]
  • Commencement Eve 2020 – Commencement Addresses
    Commencement Eve Premieres Friday, May 29 at 7:00 pm ET Commencement Addresses by Student Speaker Deja’ Haley ’20 and Commencement Speaker Nigel Poor ’86, award-winning visual artist and co-host of Ear Hustle podcast, a finalist for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize. For more information on Bennington […]
  • 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 […]
  • How to Get Federal Student Loan Data
    Source: #1 Student Loan Lawyer | Tate Law […]
  • Invent Oregon: Broadway to Go Interviews
    Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • UChicago 360° Virtual Tour
    0:00-1:30 Rosenwald Hall (Intro) 1:30-4:30 Harper Memorial Library (College Advising, Study Abroad) 4:30-9:35 Cobb Hall (The Core) 9:35-16:30 Crerar Library (STEM at UChicago) 16:30-20:35 Mansueto Library (UChicago Libraries) 20:35-22:22 Max Palevsky Residential Commons (Intro to Housing) […]
  • Making a Football Quarterback Skills Video During COVID-19
    Learn how to make a football quarterback skills video during COVID-19 and what college coaches are looking for at your position/level. Watch our football quarterback expert analyze skills footage and get actionable tips for showcasing the skills coaches want to see in your video. NCSA Senior […]
  • Your Student Loan Questions: Answered | College Covered
    Figuring out what student loan is right for you can be confusing. Should you get a fixed or variable rate? Should you defer payments, or start paying while still in school? We look at common myths associated with choosing a student loan. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/24gx5b7 CollegeCovered.com was […]
  • Variable vs Fixed Rates: Whats the Difference?
    There are two types of student loan interest rates: variable and fixed. Learn about each type and how they factor into your student loan. For more information on variable vs fixed student loan rates, visit: https://www.collegeavestudentloans.com/resources/difference-variable-fixed-interest-rates/ […]
  • VHS Guide: Transfer Tips | De Anza College
    #deanzacollege Fast-Forward to Success with our De Anza College VHS Guide We’ve created this ‘80s-themed Video Help Series for you! Each video is just one to two minutes long and will show you the easy steps to • Apply for Admission • Get Priority Enrollment • Apply for Financial Aid • […]
  • Happy Holidays from Everett Community College: A look back at 2020
    So, 2020 wasn’t a great year, but it had its moments. Take a look back at the year’s highlights with Dr. Daria J. Willis. Happy Holidays! Source: Everett Community College […]
  • #ucdcboxcollective
    Preview the UCDC film that will be projected outdoors on Thursday, November 19, and premiere on LIVE! on Main on Friday, November 20. Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Getting Started at CCC
    Getting started at CCC takes six simple steps. To learn more about the steps, or get some extra help, please visit https://www.clackamas.edu/admissions-financial-aid/getting-started Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • 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 […]
  • Joy: 2020 Virtual Music Spotlight
    Join the talented students of CCC as they make music from home. The CCC Music Department is hosting a virtual spotlight series that brings full-ensemble pieces created entirely from a distance. Catch performances by the chamber choir, jazz band, wind ensemble and classical guitar ensemble in this […]
  • FreeTaxUSA Review 2021 | Best Bargain Tax Software
    FreeTaxUSA is again our pick for the best bargain tax software in 2021 due to low prices for investors, business owners, and other DIY-ers. Here’s our full FreeTaxUSA review: https://theci.co/freetaxusa Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ What’s new with […]