Terence Kealey is vice-chancellor, University of Buckingham, and the author of Sex, Science and Profits at the University of Birmingham in England. In a recent column about seven deadly sins of Academic life for the Times Higher Education magazine. Kealey's assigned "sin" was lust. Kealey dropped the following gems about the nature of a male faculty members' job.
Start saving all of that pocket change—September is College Savings Month!
Despite popular belief, college can still be affordable if you get your ducks in a row early. Plenty of people attend community colleges—and even state schools—for free through a combination of scholarships. Be sure to check your school for every scholarship available—both your high school and the college you wish to attend, that is—and fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).