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.
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.
Prepare for your interview with these five steps from Kizzy.
Kristen shares her experience of joining a sorority.
Kizzy shares ways that you can educate yourself for free. And who doesn't like free learning?
There is a lot that goes into making your college career a great success. Luckily, there are people who can help you navigate the process.
Discover what you enjoy doing - and do it in your free time!
Midterms causing a meltdown? Kristen has ways to fight it.
Getting peer-to-peer advice can really help with the college transition.
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.
It’s all about the hunt for money that isn’t yours, the money that will fund your dreams and who doesn’t love the competition?
Even if you and your roommate aren't exactly Ted and Marshall, there are many ways to get to know other students.
Raheem shares how to work out a workout plan at your school.
The first year of college is actually a “year of firsts.”
Kristen shares her creative dining plan for her college dining plan.
It is also important to be present in more than the physical sense.
Student contributor, Dante, shares about a different way to pay for college -- ROTC.
The college essay occurs in three stages: topic-storming, actual writing, and the dreaded editing period.
Laura gives an honest account of the first few weeks of college.
Choosing a major? Consider Kyiara's advice first.