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Student Documentary “Charm City” Debuts at Tribeca Film Festival

April 22 was a big day for Burke Brownfeld. The feature-length documentary he’s been consulting on for three years premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

To Improve School Success, Be Mindful of Academic Program Deadlines

Students face several considerations when they near an academic program deadline. A time limit holds students accountable for their progress.

Filling Out the FAFSA for Federal Student Aid – Part 2

In part 1, we discussed filling out Step One of the FAFSA, which determines your basic eligibility. Now, it's time to gather your tax returns to complete Step Two (marital status and tax info) and Step Three (dependency status).

Earth Day: Celebrate by Getting Involved in Citizen Science

Earth Day is coming up on Sunday, April 22. This day has also inspired citizens to take direct action with citizen science to improve the environment.

Filling Out the FAFSA for Federal Student Aid – Part 1

If you want to receive federal student aid (FSA) to pay some of your college expenses, you must fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

APUS Alumni Stories: Exploring the World through Military and Civilian Eyes

Matthew House completed a master of arts in political science from AMU in 2012 while stationed in Japan and published his first travel book.

Google Drive and Google Docs: Useful Tools to Help You Succeed in School

Both Google Drive and Google Docs offer convenience, considerable storage and easy access from computers and mobile devices.

Courses for Transfer: Is This the Ideal Program for You?

Courses for Transfer (CFT) is a non-degree program offered at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Various students can benefit from this program.