Student Life Articles
Kizzy shares five things you can do to get ahead this summer.
Deciding which college to attend is incredibly challenging. In order to narrow down your list, you ought to make visits to the campuses you are interested in.
When you receive your decision, it is okay to feel devastated or elated or anywhere in between, at least for a little while.
It’s easy to get caught up in the idea that you’re “stuck” in the town that you live in, “stuck” at the school you go to, “stuck” in a state where you cannot actually accomplish much of anything.
Knowing these safety concerns and how to protect yourself can allow you to have a safe and happy college experience.
Staying healthy can be a challenge but, with a few simple guidelines, is possible.
The intricate, not to mention, intensely stressful college application process begins at the start of senior year.
Senioritis: an illness of exhaustion and diminishing motivation that affects many high school students in their last year.
What would some of the greatest minds of all time say to students about to embark on the college journey?
Why do more women go to (and complete) college than men?
The first year of college is actually a “year of firsts.”
Getting peer-to-peer advice can really help with the college transition.
Things are stressful enough as it is but, when you're shy or quiet, the fears can become overwhelming.
Get through finals without losing your mind.
A college fair is a rare opportunity to see many options on a table before you, like a buffet of colleges awaiting your application.
What is important to remember is that a college rejection isn't really going to determine your future or your happiness.
Graduate school is a whole different arena than undergraduate studies - make sure you know what you're signing up for.
Don’t wait until the last minute to frantically search for ways to pay for college!
Discover what you enjoy doing - and do it in your free time!
Roommates: You either love ‘em or you hate ‘em.