AUSTIN, Texas, May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MyEdu, the No. 1 college website to help students take control of their education, has proof that students are evolving. With close to one million visits to the site last month, MyEdu.com is quickly becoming the best option for students to ensure college success.
"MyEdu allows students to take control of their education," said CEO Michael Crosno. "It is more than rating professors or buying textbooks – we take it to the next level and help students succeed in college, graduate on time and save money along the way."
Over 2 million students have used MyEdu's services and with the dramatic increase over recent months, it is clear that college students today demand to know all their options to make smart decisions about their education.
Currently serving 777 U.S. colleges and universities, MyEdu is the only website that provides students with all the information and tools in one place. Students can plan their class schedule, choose professors that match their learning style, track their degree timeline and find affordable textbook options.
Not only does MyEdu help students manage their education in one place, but it has proven to increase the percentage of students that obtain a degree within four years by 35 percent. (1)
"With all the buzz about what we do and how we help, we have students all over the world begging us to expand our services to their campus. It is a good problem to have and one we are addressing," said Karen Holst, Vice President of Corporate Marketing.
More about MyEdu:
MyEdu.com, founded in 2008, is a leading provider of academic information and applications for students, parents and advisors. MyEdu collects official academic data from universities nationwide and houses the largest warehouse of course, professor, degree and college information in the United States. The use of MyEdu's applications has proven to cut college costs by up to 20% by reducing the amount of time it takes to earn a degree. To date, MyEdu has helped more than 2 million students graduate from college. To learn more, visit: www.myedu.com
(1) - Survey results from several thousand MyEdu users versus national average.
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VP of Corporate Marketing
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