Student Life Articles
Tuition increases and aid reductions. Will it affect you?
Parents who are honest with their children about finances create a more honest and feasible college search process.
Laura provides advice on determining whether or not you can afford your first college choice.
Many high schoolers, when faced with an upcoming test, make the statement, "I don't know how to study."
While some students’ eyes may glaze over when their parents recall their college days, these students have an advantage. First-generation college students who are the first in their immediate family to ...
Here are some things to do to ensure that Spring Break is a great memory, rather than a horror story.
Check out what Alaina has to say about getting involved on campus and why it's worth it.
It’s really in a student’s best interest to get to know their professors as much as possible, because one never knows what it can lead to!
Tired of giving all your cash to the campus bookstore? Angry about the high prices they charge for even used books? Well, you and your friends don’t have to take it ...
If your teen is willing to work hard in return to get someone else to pay for college, he or she can consider enrolling in Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, or ROTC. ...
Learn to deal with college professors before you set foot on campus.
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Let's face it, college can be very stressful. Between carrying a full-time course load, work-study or a part-time job, internships, exams, papers due, finding time for friends, and keeping in touch ...
It’s a fact of college-student life: you’re going to have at least one professor that you dislike.
Clutching a white rose and an unlit white candle in my hand, I followed a procession of 35 inductees into the small auditorium. The audience stood up as we entered the ...
Times change and, apparently, colleges do, too.
Two college students drink alcohol.
Whether you're graduating and moving on into the "real" world or moving on to a grad program, this list will help you gain a head start in your new life.
How would you feel if your parents moved to college with you? These did and, according to a new trend, yours might, too.
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.