Student Life Articles
Kristen shares her experience of joining a sorority.
Even if you and your roommate aren't exactly Ted and Marshall, there are many ways to get to know other students.
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?
It seems like the sophomore year is one that you don’t remember. It’s not like your freshman year when everything is new and exciting. It’s not like your junior year when ...
Who needs enemies when you have friends like these?
So you got the short end of the stick with professor what's-her-name. You can still stick with the class, right?
Most students don’t realize how many resources are actually available at most colleges campuses across the country. Take advantage of the resources offered by your school - you'll be glad you did!
Kristen warns against skipping classes. Find out why.
Community service offers so many wonderful life experiences and lessons, not to mention, will look great on your college applications.
Contrary to popular belief, there is no “perfect school.”
Learn from other college students' experiences.
So here you are post graduation and with the arrival of the name and contact info of your new college roommate you’re already thinking (and worrying!) about going back. What if ...
These tips will help you keep everything on track all semester long by starting out organized, with a plan and with right goals in mind.
What would some of the greatest minds of all time say to students about to embark on the college journey?
Do you know your federal funding inside and out?
Kristen shares her creative dining plan for her college dining plan.
“We as a company want to do something that has not been done before. That is, we want to create access to the American Dream, hope and opportunity for everybody,” said Schultz.
Every high school senior experiences it at some point or another: the senioritis slump.
It's time to make your social network work for you!
The purpose of the College Scorecard is for families to see "where you can get the most bang for your educational buck," according to President Obama.