Student Contributors Articles
Just because you're a college student doesn't mean you have to be broke. Follow Kizzy's advice.
Learn more about the biggest lesson Laura's learned in high school.
Laura provides advice on determining whether or not you can afford your first college choice.
Here are some things to do to ensure that Spring Break is a great memory, rather than a horror story.
Check out what Alaina has to say about getting involved on campus and why it's worth it.
Let's face it, college can be very stressful. Between carrying a full-time course load, work-study or a part-time job, internships, exams, papers due, finding time for friends, and keeping in touch ...
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Many high schoolers, when faced with an upcoming test, make the statement, "I don't know how to study."
It’s important to know there is help.
Kizzy talks about her mentor and provides tips on finding a mentor of your own.
There’s really no real way to avoid it besides taking it slow and embracing this once-in-a-lifetime moment: your first college move-in day.
What should you include on your college application resume? Learn from Laura and see an example.
Student contributor, Kizzy, explains why internships are vital to your future job search.
Find out how you can save money on textbooks from student contributor, Ann.
Advice from Kristen on finding which standardized test is perfect for you.
Ensure you make the most of your classes and professors, starting from your very first day of each course.
Students are one of the most exhausted populations in the United States.
It’s a fact of college-student life: you’re going to have at least one professor that you dislike.
There are many ways to earn extra money while in college!
So you got the short end of the stick with professor what's-her-name. You can still stick with the class, right?