Student Life Articles
The best way to decide what to major in is to first know what you like to do and what is going to make you happy.
No matter what you’re writing about, writer’s block can literally put a roadblock in your path to success.
Whether or not the policies are here to stay? That’s yet to be determined, so stay tuned.
When it comes down to it, college applications and academics don’t have to battle. They can coexist and inspire one another.
Studying abroad is worth it - just take time to plan it out!
Do your research to determine if you should be an early bird when it comes to college decisions.
Contrary to popular belief, scholarships can be about more than money.
Education is key when dealing with student loan debt. The more you know the better you will be able to handle your repayment obligations.
The freedom that you’ll have once you arrive on campus is unlike anything you’ve ever known, but there are some aspects of this liberty that may surprise you.
College life: a whole lot different than high school, adjustments required. Sometimes those adjustments aren't easy or obvious.
The college essay occurs in three stages: topic-storming, actual writing, and the dreaded editing period.
The housing is described as an "urban, upscale student housing concept designed to target mature undergrads and grad students."
Moving away to college is stressful, whether you’re a first-time student or a seasoned upperclassman, but it gets much easier as the years go by.
If your norms aren’t working, why not give these tips a try?
There’s really no real way to avoid it besides taking it slow and embracing this once-in-a-lifetime moment: your first college move-in day.
Here are some helpful hints, from one students to another, to ensure this semester is a success!
You are not limited to be slumped at your PC researching madly for hours!
College visits are, by far, the best way to decide where you belong.
The SAT is often a stressful experience, summed up in one simple score, but students have many resources they can use to help prepare and improve their score.
Basically, a college visit will help you discover if you truly want to apply to a school, and what you need to do in order to apply.