Student Life Articles
You can manage your studying habits with these helpful test prep tips.
Most students make these unfortunate mistakes without the slightest clue they're torpedoing what could have been a great office hour meeting.
Some roommate rules are just common courtesy (or seem like they should be), but others aren't as obvious until you’ve either experienced the problem or have been labeled as the problem.
It's up to you to determine which side you agree with most and what's best, given your particular situation.
Maybe the saying is “curiosity killed the cat” for a reason.
Believe it or not, you can be kind to the planet and stuff your wallet - without much effort at all.
Next time you visit your future school, ask a student what they would have done differently their freshman year. You’ll get advice that’s specific to your college from someone whose experience is still recent.
Make sure to consider these factors while signing up for your classes senior year of high school.
Whether you’ve made your decision or not, here are some tips to get you prepared for National Decision Day.
Here are some tips to navigate available resources and help you find the right scholarships.
There's so much to do the summer before college begins!
Visiting a college can help make your decisions!
There are ways to have fun on a budget, like going with a group of friends to a family cabin. Surely, that’d be an unforgettable (and budget-friendly) week!
Spring finals week always seems a little more chaotic and high-stakes than winter finals week—the weather is nice, the sun is shining, and everyone is pumped up for a long summer.
Art by Noah Hamilton; Sourced from Noah Hamilton's "Will Paint for Tuition" Fundraising page
Prepare yourself and be ready for anything the interviewer might ask.
The classic saying, “a watched pot never boils,” applies in this situation.
Whether you listen to any of these recommendations, Miley Cyrus, Tupac, or whatever else, it really doesn't make a difference - as long as it works.
Remember, while your courses are important, ensuring you gain other experiences in college is vital, too.
How do you deal with them in a way that’s both respectful and still keeps you from losing your mind?