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HEAVY EQUIPMENT, CRANE & CDL TRAINING SCHOOL

Associated Training Services in Sun Prairie. WI

Associated Training Services is America's Oldest and Largest Heavy Equipment, Crane, & CDL Training School.  It is located in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.  They offer national accreditation and national credentials so that their . . . read more

"NextStepU" College planning magazine

Hear from experts in the college admissions field!

The NextStepU magazine is available to students to help get them to college and pay for it.   NextStepU is a college planning & scholarship resource.  Click on the link below to read great articles from experts in the field . . . read more

ONLINE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES IN ILLINOIS

Which Illinois colleges offer online courses?

Since online education began in the 1990s and really took off in the 2000s, it has evolved from a rarely-used educational supplement to a viable option not only for adult learners and full-time professionals, but also for first-time . . . read more

State university requirements for Illinois colleges!

What does it take to get admitted?

If you want to know what requirements a college has for admittance, it's a good idea to log on to their website for detailed information, give them a call, or visit the campus.  Another way is to attend College Fairs. . . . read more

College Searches

What college do I pick? Do they have my major?

How am I going to find the right college for me?  How do I know if the college has my major?  What's it cost to attend?   All these questions are mighty important.  On this page, you'll find several . . . read more

College Visits

Questions to Ask When you Visit a college!

Why go to college?  Can't I get a job now?  Yes, but a college degree will make your chances even better.   Check out the earnings and unemployment rates for people 25 years and older with different levels of education: . . . read more

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