Student Life Articles
Take some time this year to pause and reflect on what you’re thankful for.
Remember, you’re ultimately the one attending the school, so the final decision of where you attend college should be yours!
Looking for ways to become independent and earn trust from adults in your life?
Sometimes it's necessary to drop a course, but there are smart ways to handle it.
Applying to grad school is tough, especially at first, but there is good news: you can do it!
College application season is not meant to force you to show-and-tell on demand, become competitive or put you on the defensive.
Utilize these tips from a professional tutor on how to motivated through the rest of your semester.
Find out where Republican presidential candidates stand on student issues.
Many of these dorms are more like five-star luxury resort hotels than typical college residence halls!
By establishing a plan, giving special attention to problem areas, and creating study resources, you can get right on your way to a less stressful finals week.
Make your upcoming holiday more enjoyable be setting these goals and accomplishing them before and during your Thanksgiving break.
There are a few easy steps you should take before actually submitting it to ensure it's in tip-top shape.
Get the facts on applying Early Decision/Early Action in order to make the most informed decision on which type of application you should submit.
Unofficial college social media sites aren’t headed up by the school itself, but instead act as mouthpieces for students to vent, voice concerns, or even pay a compliment.
Time management tips and tricks don’t always work the same way for everyone.
How do you determine the right work-life balance while in college?
Make your holiday breaks from school count, personally and professionally, by taking on smart tasks.
A first-generation college graduate, the First Lady Michelle Obama continues the quest to get each and every young American a college education.
Companies promise to help employees repay student loans.
You may have your costume ready to go and carved pumpkins on the porch but, until you’ve watched at least one horror flick, Halloween isn’t complete.