College in America – Infographic

27 Aug

Currently regretting not going to Frostburg State University and taking The Science of Harry Potter Class…

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4 Responses to “College in America – Infographic”

  1. Rachel Dickens August 31, 2010 at 9:13 am #

    A big thanks to onlineschools.org for such a great infographic. While I’m definitely surprised to see that more students own a digital camera than an mp3 player, it’s also interesting to see other statistics confirmed, like the all-too-known “athletes as binge drinkers” stereotype.

    If you’re looking for a fresh perspective on all-things college and career, I’d definitely suggest http://blog.1stgig.com/ as well.

  2. samundsen April 5, 2012 at 9:11 am #

    I really like this post. I always complain that I am broke because I am in college, have an unpaid internship and always wish I had cash for material things. But this infograph reminded me that most people in the world will not get the same opportunites as me, since a lot of people in the world are extremely poor or have little to no education. Thank you so much for this post!

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