Professor Agnes Callard

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  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • A Tour of the Kim and Tritton Dorms
    Isabel Queen ’21 created this quick tour of the Kim and Tritton Dormitories. Source: Haverford College […]
  • Meagan White – Berkey Memorial Scholarship
    Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Calbright College Board of Trustees Meeting | January 2021
    Source: California Community Colleges […]
  • Federal Student Loans
    In this video, you will learn about federal student loans. For more information, visit https://www.blinn.edu/financial-aid/index.html Source: Blinn College […]
  • Peruvian Admit: Estefano
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • VCAM Tour
    Take a tour of the Visual Culture, Arts, and Media Facility at Haverford College. Source: Haverford College […]
  • 2021 State Of The College Address
    Clackamas Community College President Tim Cook delivered his 2021 State of the College address on Jan. 29. Clackamas Community College is home to small class sizes, faculty who are experts in their fields, 11 sports teams and tons of clubs to match your interests. It could be your home, too. […]
  • 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 […]
  • Myth: The College Recruiting Process Starts Junior Year
    Our recruiting experts address common misconceptions about when the college recruiting process starts. 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? Comment below or send an email to […]
  • NAIA vs. NCAA: What’s the Difference?
    Our experts explain the differences between NAIA vs. NCAA and some advantages NAIA schools have for student athletes. 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 NAIA Colleges for Student-Athletes: […]
  • 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/ […]
  • Resilient Courage in Learning, Life and Livelihood
    Dr. John Harris – Distinguished Visiting Scholar in the Natural Sciences – Associate Professor in the Department of Dermatology and Director of the Vitiligo Clinic and Research Center, University of Massachusetts Medical School Source: Gordon College […]
  • Basics of Negotiating Student Loan Settlements
    Looking to negotiate a payoff for your student loans? Here’s what you need to know. Read more: https://www.tateesq.com/learn/can-you-negotiate-student-loan-settlement *** 👉 Work with me: http://tateesq.com/free-talk Source: #1 Student Loan Lawyer | Tate Law […]
  • Kurt Lange Feb 17, 2021
    Kurt Lange, Lead Pastor, East Coast International Church, Lynn, – Living a Faith-Filled Life, John 4 – Gordon College Chapel – Wednesday, February 17, 2021 Source: Gordon College […]
  • activist and America’s next top model star Cory Wade
    GSA conversation with Cory Wade Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Hallow-Zoom: Scream Your Art Out!
    We’ve got a special treat that is sure to get into the "spirit" of Halloween. Join us Thursday, Oct. 29, 4:30-6:30 p.m. for "Hallow-Zoom: Scream Your Art Out!," a live-stream open mic event to showcase the creative endeavors of the CCC community. This one-of-a-kind event […]
  • Career Navigator: Fran De Jong
    Mike chats with Career Navigator Fran De Jong on her background, working with students, and campus services. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • NCSA Reviews | Volleyball Parent Scott Fuller
    Former volleyball parent Scott Fuller shares his review of NCSA as a college recruiting service. RESOURCES: ===================== NCSA Volleyball Reviews from Parents, Athletes and Coaches https://www.ncsasports.org/ncsa-reviews/volleyball-reviews Do college coaches use NCSA? In short, Yes! […]
  • What is a Dead Period?
    Learn what a dead 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: […]
  • Make the Future Yours at PCC
    Turn change into opportunity. This could be the right time to take that next step. And you’re not in this alone. PCC has more than 90 programs and teams of faculty and staff to help you every step of the way. Learn more at pcc.edu/virtual. Source: Portland Community College […]
  • Financial Fit: What is it and What to Consider
    Learn about financial fit and how it factors in to choosing a college that’s right for you. https://www.ncsasports.org/best-colleges#finding Have a question you want answered about financial fit? Send an email to live@ncsasports.org. Join us each Tuesday at 2 PM CST as we discuss all things […]
  • International Student Perspective: Studying in the USA
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • National Signing Day Misconceptions
    Our recruiting experts discuss some common misconceptions around National Signing Day. • Signing an NLI doesn’t mean you are automatically admitted to that university: Student-athlete must apply for admissions, pay the application fee and be admitted to the school just like any other student would […]
  • ESCAMAS II. Navegando
    Source: Blinn College […]
  • 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/ […]
  • Biden Extends Freeze to Over 800 Thousand FFELP Borrowers
    The Department of Education announced it was extending the student loan freeze to over 800 thousand borrowers with Federal Family Education Loans. They also made the freeze retroactive to March 13, 2020. So if you got your wages garnished or tax refund offset during that time, you should get your […]
  • How to Get Ahead in the Recruiting Process
    Get some actionable tips from our recruiting experts for staying ahead of the curve in your college recruiting process. TIMECODES 1:00 Show outline 1:28 Be proactive: contact college coaches 4:23 Start your recruiting process on the right foot 8:04 Understand how college coaches recruit 15:05 Check […]
  • How to Make an Origami Heart-Shaped Bookmark
    How to make an origami heart-shaped bookmark with Sasha Moore, Community Education instructor at Portland Community College. Source: Portland Community College […]
  • CCC Board Of Governors Meeting | September 2020 Part A
    The California Community Colleges Board of Governors sets policy and provides guidance for the 116 colleges that constitute the system. The 17-member board is appointed by the governor and formally interacts with state and federal officials and other organizations. The board selects a chancellor […]
  • What does a D1 outfielder look like?
    What does a D1 softball outfielder look like? Former D1 head softball coach Holly Bruder breaks down what a D1 outfielder should have in their softball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/softball-scholarships/ College Softball Recruiting Guidelines […]
  • Will President Biden Cancel Your Student Loan Debt? | Student Loan Planner
    Read the full article: https://www.studentloanplanner.com/joe-biden-student-loan-plan/ Source: Student Loan Planner […]
  • 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 […]
  • Why Your Retirement Accounts Don’t Matter Nearly As Much As You Think
    People love retirement accounts. If I had a dollar for every time someone got excited about contributing to their backdoor Roth IRA, I would probably be a millionaire. While it’s great energy to have, it’s not that important to your long-term financial future. In this episode, I share my thoughts […]
  • Understanding the Difference Between a Want and a Need
    One of the most important financial tips to learn during college is determining what is a necessary and what is not. We all like to have fun and socialize, but it’s up to you to determine what you could cut back on! Watch our video to learn 3 tips to help you better understand the difference […]
  • NCSA Reviews | Volleyball Student-Athlete Lauren Fuller
    Former volleyball player Lauren Fuller shares her review of NCSA as a college recruiting service. RESOURCES: ===================== NCSA Volleyball Reviews from Parents, Athletes and Coaches https://www.ncsasports.org/ncsa-reviews/volleyball-reviews Do college coaches use NCSA? In short, Yes! […]
  • UCARE’s Katie Turek on Community Service During a Pandemic
    Katie Turek, associate director of UCARE (Ursinus Center for Advocacy, Responsibility and Engagement), discusses the importance of community service and the innovative ways students can help others even while being remote. Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Why Your Student Loan Strategy Depends on Where You Live
    One of the most critical decisions you have to make as a student loan borrower is where to live and work. Join me as I talk about how the location you choose greatly influences your income, your costs and the opportunities available to you for paying back your student loans. The key is to optimize […]
  • Dr. Brittany Potter, DMD Interview
    Dr. Potter DMD went from paying around $1250 a month to around only $260 a month after Student Loan Tutor. Source: Student Loan Tutor […]
  • EXCITING NEWS about the Fall 2021 Semester
    After a year of successfully navigating COVID-19 with very limited positive cases on campus, Gordon looks forward, with hope and resolve, to restoring near-normal operations for the fall semester (what we’re calling “Phase Four”). Given the current pace of the vaccine roll-out and predictions for […]
  • 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: […]
  • What’s the BEST Dorm on Campus? Gordon College VLOG
    You asked; Brianna delivered! We know that one of the biggest questions first-year and transfer students have when coming to Gordon is: “Which residence hall should I choose?” Residence life is such a HUGE part of the college experience, so this week Brianna is giving you an inside look at some of […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • Marshmallow Crispy Treat | 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 […]
  • How Student Loans Affect Your Credit
    Does student loans affect your credit? The short answer is that yes, it can help or hurt it. Student loan consolidation and refinancing have many benefits, including the potential to give your credit score a boost. But that doesn’t mean you should automatically run and consolidate your student […]
  • Women of WITCC: Lily Castro
    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 […]
  • Start Your College Recruiting Process on the Right Foot
    The more you know about the recruiting process—and the more effort you put into getting the results you want—the better chance you have to fulfill your dream of competing at the college level. For more on this topic, check out: […]
  • WITCC HSED Orientation
    WITCC High School Equivalency Diploma orientation video. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • Alexa Gasciogne- EvCC Foundation General Scholarship
    Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Why The First Degree to Cost $700,000 is Worth It
    Your student loan balance at the end of your program can balloon more than you thought you’d end up with. Find out how that happens, why I think America’s first $700,000 dental degree is worth it and why your student loan debt doesn’t matter as much as you think. In today’s episode, you’ll […]
  • 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 […]
  • Promo ad for The Company of Wolves and Puss in Boots
    Prof. Lynne Edwards’ production class produced this promotional ad for the upcoming radio play’s livestream in October 2020 Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Do I Need a Cosigner for a Private Student Loan?
    Students applying for private student loans don’t usually have enough credit history, so lenders will often require a cosigner apply alongside them. Learn who qualifies and how to find a cosigner if you need one. Learn more about finding a cosigner at: […]
  • STEM Talk: Air Pollution Around the World
    Learn more about STEM at CCC: https://www.clackamas.edu/academics/academic-support/stem-center Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • The Difference Between NCAA Divisions Explained
    One question we get a lot is what NCAA division level should I play? In this video, our experts explain the NCAA divisions and how to decide which is the best fit for you. https://www.ncsasports.org/best-colleges#division-level TIMECODES 0:55 Show Outline 2:09 The difference between NCAA divisions […]
  • The Next Scholarship Could Be Yours!
    The average scholarship award at Clackamas Community College is more than $2,000! That’s nearly half of CCC’s annual tuition. Learn more and apply today: https://www.clackamas.edu/admissions-financial-aid/financial-aid-scholarships/scholarships Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • Tomorrow Together – Portland Community College Foundation Fundraiser
    PCC’s annual fundraiser for student scholarships, which originally premiered on Saturday, April 10, 2021. We believe that to reach a more equitable tomorrow together, it will take all of us. It will take educators, healers, changemakers, creators, artists, builders and you. With your support, […]
  • Student Loan Repayment, Student Debt Cancelation and Justin Sloan, CFA, CFP, from Buckingham…
    Lots of topics to cover in this episode – I answer reader questions about student loan repayment and the best strategies for dental specialists. We also dive into what I think about the chance of Biden forgiving student loan debt and what that could mean for your taxes, and we have an […]