Student Contributors Articles
The Common Application: three words familiar to every high school senior planning on going to college.
Being responsible with your budget isn’t about not spending money, it’s about spending wisely.
Don't expect college to be anything. Accept the fact that it won't be exactly as you've been imagining, and that your first year may not be perfect.
As long as college students are happy and healthy, what does it matter if they gain a little bit of weight?
Just like everything in college, there is a variety of options for where students can take the classes they’re interested in over the summer.
What should you do with all that graduation money?
What's your goal this summer?
There’s no “right” answer, just varying opinions and debate on the question.
Benefit from these shared experiences!
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.
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.
Prepare yourself and be ready for anything the interviewer might ask.
The classic saying, “a watched pot never boils,” applies in this situation.