Infographics from Online Colleges
Browse through several infographics that offer help with college issues and insights into the education industry.
Looking to expand your education with a master's degree? Then learn what to expect from the exam that can help you get there in this infographic about the 411 on the GRE.
Need to get student aid for school? Learn what you need to do with FAFSA in order to fund your education in this infographic.
When most people contemplate the gender wage gap, a familiar refrain pops into their heads: “77 cents on the dollar.” Are men and women really paid differentially for the same work? The answer is more complex than most people realize.
Interested in going to college? Learn about the many benefits of attending college including the financial and health benefits of it in this inforgraphic.
One of the largest assessments that college bound students should be aware of is the SAT. Know the facts about the SAT and learn what you can expect from the assessment in this infographic.
As more students graduate from higher education institutions, many are experiencing the hard reality of paying back their student loans. Get the facts about student loan debt in this infographic.
Bullying is a major issue in schools that needs to be addressed. This holds especially true for bullying against students in the LGBT community. Learn the facts about the issue in this infographic.
Men have been dominating the field of mathematics, but women are just as capable of growing the area. See how women compare in mathematics to men and the disparities between the two in this infographic.
This infographic examines college students’ dependence on high-speed, convenient Internet access and the efforts of universities to respond to this demand.
Digital social resumes are a modern take on traditional resumes. Recruiters are looking in all sorts of interesting places for the next great employees for their companies. Learn more about social resumes in our infographic.
Have you ever taken an online class, or would you take on? And just who are the nearly one-third of higher education students who are taking at least one online class? Check this infographic our to see if you fit the online college student profile.
Location-based apps can be useful for college -- they help students explore their campus and meet and make friends. LBS apps also build a marketplace where they can sell, buy or barter everything from bikes to tickets to tutoring. Take a look at the infographic to learn more.
Should college-age students be given more attention by Presidential candidates or are their votes already locked away? Check this infographic out to learn more about the political and social views of college students.
Smartphones are becoming an integral part of our lives, and not just for their capacity to make phone calls. Some might even say our smartphones define us, telling the world more about us than we even realize. Check this infographic to see if you fall into the smartphone personality spectrum!
Smartphone usage is on the rise and no group of people is happier than college students -- who rarely leave their phone far from their grasp. Discover how and how often college students are using their smartphones in this infographic.
The rise of social media means less Americans are interacting in real life and more are using computers to socialize with friends and family instead. Find out what social networking sites they use to socialize and why they are using social media to interact with friends in the first place in this infographic.
Employers are starting to use social profiles as additional indicators of an intern’s skill-set. Find out more in this infographic how more and more potential employers are using social media to hunt for their next crop of interns.
Founded in March of 2010, it hasn’t taken long for Instagram, Apple’s 2011 App of the Year, to take the social media world by storm. Find out more about how Instagram has grown into one of the most popular social media apps in this infographic.
Whether you are liberal or conservative, one thing is certain: your social media profile doubles as a political profile. Find out more about how social media reflects your political leanings in this infographic.