Student Life Articles
Unfortunately, admission officers don’t grant admission based on social and pop culture awareness.
You can have your spring break experience and stay on budget!
College basketball athletes are making $120K a year. Photo: Rudy.R on Flickr
Great! You've finally found a few available apartments and you've made an appointment to take a look. But what should you look for? When you're looking for the perfect apartment for ...
Students who demonstrate leadership abilities have a leg up with colleges, universities and employers because, like Superbowl tickets in January, leadership qualities are in demand. Leading the pack is not always ...
With a few tips and tricks, budgeting can become second nature.
At this time of year, you’ll receive a plethora of advice on how to best budget your time during finals. And while it’s important to set yourself up on some kind ...
So you’re working to pay for college but all your mind seems to focus on is sun, beaches and well, babes? Of course your body has taken a mental vacation, you’ve ...
There’s so much to do and the winter season is no exception.
Your landlord has got you covered if your apartment burns down, right? Wrong. You may not think your stuff is worth a lot, but you may change your mind if you ...
Kristen shares her personal experiences with waitlists and rejection letters and her discovery that it was all worth it.
Myth: College coaches will find me and contact me if I am good enough to play on their team. Truth: College coaches cannot possibly know about every one of the thousands ...
You think you’re taking a day off class to relax and, in the end, you’re stressing more about missing.
Find out which 375 colleges are still taking applications.
Alaina thinks smartphones are a must-have for college students. Find out why.
Sotomayor with students in New York. Photo courtesy of www.whitehouse.gov/photogallery/Sotomayor-Bio/
There are plenty of things to do for free!
Students are advised to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1, 2011.
Find out who landed the Princeton Review's number one party school spot this year.
Photo: WhiteHouse.gov Photo of the Day. President Obama and Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, speaking at Kenmore Middle School in Arlington, VA on March 14, 2011.