Since so many students have large college loans, they must be concerned about the employers and jobs that will be available to them when they graduate. Of course, that does not mean that the students who are not burdened with loans are not also concerned with landing good jobs. I've said this before, but it still holds true. In the end, most college students only want three things: 1. A good college education 2. An enjoyable college experience 3. A great job when they graduate Unfortunately, there are colleges that have trouble achieving all three. Some colleges are known for

At Santa Monica College, a 34,000-student, two-year community college in California, students sometimes sit on the floor to hear professors speak. This is not part of a New Age approach to learning; there are not enough seats. Over the past few years, demand for classes has grown dramatically, while budget cuts have forced the college, along with others in the California system, to reduce course offerings. As a result, according to administrators, almost every class offered is filled to capacity. Instructors sometimes waive class size limits to allow additional students to enroll, even when that means seating some pupils on