Student Contributors Articles
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.
Procrastination can actually be a useful tool in surviving college life.
It’s a fact of college-student life: you’re going to have at least one professor that you dislike.
Many high schoolers, when faced with an upcoming test, make the statement, "I don't know how to study."
Just because you're a college student doesn't mean you have to be broke. Follow Kizzy's advice.
Kizzy shares five things you can do to get ahead this summer.
Here are some things to do to ensure that Spring Break is a great memory, rather than a horror story.
Although the classes are harder, it is undoubtedly a big plus to be in an environment with other students that want to work as hard as you do.
Check out what Alaina has to say about getting involved on campus and why it's worth it.
Learn more about the biggest lesson Laura's learned in high school.
Find out what it's really like to attend each school by asking current students these questions.
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 ...
Laura provides advice on determining whether or not you can afford your first college choice.
Part of growing up is realizing you're human.
The first year of college is actually a “year of firsts.”
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.
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.
Kizzy talks about her mentor and provides tips on finding a mentor of your own.
It’s important to know there is help.
Photo: University of Washington campus.