Student Contributors Articles
You can afford to attend the school of your dreams - you just need to do a little extra legwork.
There are some college experiences you seriously shouldn't miss out on.
It’s much easier to have these needs laid out ahead of time than scrambling to organize them at the last minute.
Keep in mind that there is no age limit for receiving aid, and you can utilize these programs whether you’re an undergrad or working towards a graduate degree!
Stay on track with your scholarship search during spring semester.
Where do you go from here?
All those hours studying and all the time in class is not worth wasting simply to get lazy at the end of your final year.
Take on these four simple study strategies to help you prepare and conquer your finals!
Sorry, but there's no shortcut to this equation: You + Hard Work + Studying + Motivation = Graduation
Fun is only fun if you’re smart about it!
It’s no secret that the competition to get into the most prestigious colleges is at its peak, which goes to say that activities on college apps has never been more necessary.
Your college career center is filled with abundant opportunities!
Utilize these strategic college search tips to make yours that much easier!
Take a few deep breaths, we’re going to get through this!
With the New Year ringing in, people make promises or resolutions so that their year can start off with a bang.
Although your biggest priority should be planning a well-balanced schedule that helps you work towards your goals, if possible, it is a great idea to plan your days around your personal biological clock.
Don't panic if you've been deferred from the college of your dreams! Instead, become proactive to ensure you get off that deferral list, building a stronger application one step at a time.
There are a few things to keep in mind when narrowing your options – they might just bring back your sanity!
In addition to resources like Fastweb and your school counselors, there is always help to be found from your parents.
If you read your essays and conclude that it's your very best effort, admissions officers will likely see that, too.