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Science and liberal arts colleges rely on the services of professional teachers, financial aid counselors, and admissions experts to help their students earn degrees successfully.

Most academic schools today have financial aid counselors who can help students find ways to make tuition more affordable for them. This can include money from work study programs, enrolling at community colleges to take lower level courses, applying for undergraduate education scholarships, and seeking student loans.

Admissions experts at a university make decisions about which student applications are accepted to their undergraduate and graduate programs. Ranking students in terms of projected success helps them decide which ones will be able to earn there degrees through a four-year program. Those who are not expected to complete the courses within a certain amount of time are usually rejected or given information about another university that will fit their interests and abilities better.

The type of teachers that an academic school hires often depends on what courses they teach. Low level classes are often taught by graduate students, so the school does not always need to hire professors for these courses. Many schools, however, choose to hire professors to teach all courses to students majoring within certain majors or interdisciplinary fields. This allows them to learn all of the necessary material according to the school's schedule.

In general, online colleges tend to hire fewer professors with Ph.D.s than brick and mortar schools with campuses. This does not, however, necessarily mean that alumni of online schools cannot provide educational experiences that prepare students for their careers.

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