Monday, May 20, 2019
Hannah Jarvis decorated cap

More college graduates are adding a personal touch to graduation day by decorating their mortarboards. Why? Can we learn from the way graduates decorate their caps?
Jaclyn Krymowski

Jaclyn Krymowski (OSU '18), of Medina County, shares some tips on getting the most out of college.
turfgrass B1G championship

Purdue University turfgrass management alum Erik Harlow's quick work on torn turf in the Big 10 football championship sparked a trending hashtag: #turfguy.
Your Ag College Guide

It's here: The Farm and Dairy second annual Ag College Guide.The guide is designed to help high school students and their parents find colleges and...
Chatham University

Exploring what makes a good ag college fit is relatively straightforward, but requires research, planning, and open communication between students, parents and the college.

Although college can be the next chapter in a student’s education, many teenagers choose to attend trade school.

Recent college graduates may be entering the job market with degrees in tow, but many also are leaving school with sizable amounts of student loan debt.

Jill Byers, Ohio State ATI admission counselor, shares five things students should focus on when applying to colleges and universities.
Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute floral

Trade schools allow students to dive right into their majors, get hands-on learning and enter the workforce sooner.

College students share tips and advice for making the most out of their college experiences.
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