Student Contributors Articles
Even if you and your roommate aren't exactly Ted and Marshall, there are many ways to get to know other students.
Student contributor, Dante, shares about a different way to pay for college -- ROTC.
Laura gives an honest account of the first few weeks of college.
Kizzy shares ways that you can educate yourself for free. And who doesn't like free learning?
Getting peer-to-peer advice can really help with the college transition.
Midterms causing a meltdown? Kristen has ways to fight it.
Raheem shares how to work out a workout plan at your school.
Kristen shares her creative dining plan for her college dining plan.
Scholarships are like the lottery: you can't win if you don't play.
The college essay occurs in three stages: topic-storming, actual writing, and the dreaded editing period.
Ann walks through the importance of finding out more about your professors before you enroll in the class.
Alaina shares her first year college fears and excitement.
Use social networks to get a good look at the school you're interested in.
Lahela shares her frustrations with senioritis.
The freedom that you’ll have once you arrive on campus is unlike anything you’ve ever known, but there are some aspects of this liberty that may surprise you.
How on earth can we keep ourselves motivated when the end seems so close and yet so far?
Community service offers so many wonderful life experiences and lessons, not to mention, will look great on your college applications.
Raheem shares his experience as a 17-year-old in his freshman year of college.
In the "real" world, it is very possible to find yourself in a job you don’t like, surrounded by coworkers you don’t like, longing for your old college days.
Sometimes, students discover that rooming with a stranger is better than they ever expected. Suddenly, you're like two peas in a pod!