Student Life Articles
Of course you are concerned about your safety and well-being on campus – the stories are abundant, overwhelming and alarming (to say the least).
Between heavy course loads, paying for school and part-time jobs and internships, safety should be the least of your concerns.
Living in the dorms is beneficial in so many ways, including providing students with important life lessons.
Thanks for being a part of our journey. Here’s to 20 years…and many more!
Who could be more qualified to dish out life advice to those embarking upon the journey than those who have truly “made it” – the movers and shakers, the successful few, the elite?
How would you describe college in five words?
Where will you move upon graduation?
Helping students come up with summer break ideas to help the college admissions process.
Reflect on these five quotes to re-energize your spirits and get you through these last grueling weeks of the semester.
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?
You don't have to spend a lot of time or money on Mother's Day to have the perfect gift.
What's your goal this summer?
There’s no “right” answer, just varying opinions and debate on the question.
May we suggest starting with the essentials and building a roommate relationship from there?
Benefit from these shared experiences!
You can manage your studying habits with these helpful test prep tips.
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.
Maybe the saying is “curiosity killed the cat” for a reason.
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.