Everest News Stories
This is the place to get the latest Everest news and events.
When Karen Roberts found out that an Everest College Colorado Springs’ student might become homeless and quit her studies at the college, she stepped in to help out.
If you’ve ever struggled to memorize information for a test, here is a quick tip to help you remember things more easily . . .
Five tips to help you find a new job . . .
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Here are 5 simple methods to clear your mind and help you relax during a test . . .
Everest University – Orange Park is having its 4th Annual Community Care Day on Saturday, May 31st from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Last month, 18 Everest College – Arlington students, along with Paralegal Professor Greg Smith and Professor Zachary Kinney, went to the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the oral arguments for the DC v. Heller case. This was a historic day and a historic case.
Some students feel like they can’t attend college because they can’t afford it. And what they don’t realize is that there are many ways to finance their education. In fact, most students get financial aid – and the key is just knowing what type of financial aid to ask for.
Everest Institute in South Plainfield is having an Open House on April 26th from 11:00-1:00 PM.
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Nancy Oesch, a criminal justice instructor at Everest University’s South Orlando, Fla., campus, was a second-time featured presenter at the recent Oxford Roundtable Symposium, established to consider public policy issues bearing on education in the United States, the United Kingdom, and other selected countries .
Smart time management is extremely important when going to college. And it’s even more important if you have other work and family obligations to attend to. So here are 5 ways to help you manage your time better: