Student Life Articles
You need to use this time to make memories with all of the people you’ve missed most over the past semester.
You should be willing to tweak your resume for each position that you plan to apply for, especially if they are in radically different fields.
There are plenty of ways you can begin to prepare for final exams well before they start.
Effective group work can be one of the most difficult aspects of school—at any grade level.
Find a fun way to help others and you will always be pleasantly surprised at how much it helps you in return.
Colleges absolutely love to see extracurriculars listed on your application.
Everybody wants a little space now and then just to chill, and having a regular schedule for it will keep your relationship from dying a slow death from passive-aggression and bottled-up frustration.
Though you’re excited to see everyone and you’ve missed them terribly, relatives tend to make this time a little more stressful than it needs to be.
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.
The letter of recommendation is a major portion of your application, so you will want to make sure that these letters are assets.
As long as you’ve got the willpower to finish up this semester successfully, you’re well on your way to being home free for the holidays!
It's important to maintain healthy habits in a campus setting because germs spread like wildfire!
Narrowing down your choices isn't so hard once you consider who you are as a person and what you want in your college experience.
It may take a while to find a lifestyle that makes you happy, but know that all your classmates are searching alongside you.
In a world of procrastination, laziness, and conflicting schedules, how in the heck do you survive group assignments?
Seriously, what kind of doofus would let a simple clerical error ruin weeks - no, months - of practice? Yep, that would be me.
Welcome week seems to universally fall into two seemingly contradictory categories: hugely boring, with lots of down time; and insanely busy, with far more social activities and required events than seemed necessary.
Before financial aid, loans, and grants, scholarships are the best thing to help you pay for college fees because it's basically free money!
It’s a fact of college-student life: you’re going to have at least one professor that you dislike.
Sorry to break the reminiscence, but colleges are asking for a whole lot more than your savings held in Mr. Oinkers.