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View Resource is dedicated to providing investors and professional advisors "with the most comprehensive, current, and objective information available regarding qualified state tuition programs ('529 Plans')." The site offers general information about 529 plans, along with state-by-state information, a host of articles on these plans, and related Websites.
View Resource Student Voices from World War II and the McCarthy Era: An Oral History Web site

A collaborative effort by the City University of New York's Brooklyn College, John Jay College, and the Center for Media and Learning / American Social History Project at the CUNY Graduate Center, this oral history Web site offers a case study of the impact of World War II and the domestic Cold War on student life at Brooklyn College. The site primarily focuses on oral accounts of former students...
View Resource Secondhand Effects of Student Alcohol Use Reported by Neighbors of Colleges: The Role of Alcohol Outlets

Released in July 2002, this study from the Harvard School of Public Health examines the secondhand effects of living in close proximity to college campuses. Conducted by Dr. Henry Wechsler and his colleagues at the College Alcohol Study, the 11-page report shows that neighbors living within one mile of college campuses are 135 percent more likely to suffer from public disturbances than those...
View Resource The Collegiate Way: Residential Colleges and Higher Education Reform

Much ado has been in made in recent years about how best to reform or modify undergraduate education, from developing inclusive and multicultural curricula to creating a supposedly more "student-friendly" environment. Dr. Robert J. O'Hara (who has thirteen years experience in residential college life and administration) has developed this Web site to provide information about how colleges and...
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As Labor Day has come and gone again, it means that most colleges and universities are back in the full swing of things, and thousands of students are actively seeking out new activities and organizations on campus. For those persons who may be working with those students (or just for students interested in these types of affairs), is worth a look. On the site, visitors can...
View Resource Virginia Tech: Study Skills Self Help Information

Navigating the tricky shoals of college can be difficult at any age, and particularly for first-year college students. The folks at Virginia Tech's Student Affairs office have compiled this very nice set of resources for those persons wishing to improve their study skills. First up are four online study skills workshops, including Time Management Strategies for Improving Academic Performance and...