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College basketball athletes are making $120K a year. Photo: Rudy.R on Flickr
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.
Colleges absolutely love to see extracurriculars listed on your application.
You're the first and you should be proud! The truth is that students should embrace their first-generation status, as it may actually give them an edge in the college admissions process.
Scholarships are one unique method of worry-free financing.
Fastweb counts down the Princeton Review's top 10 party schools.
Small, medium or large - the size of a college should definitely factor into your decision.
This year, Fastweb is celebrating its sweet 16, and to mark our major milestone, we wanted to find out a little bit more about our 16-year-old Fastwebbers. In a survey distributed ...
Who needs enemies when you have friends like these?
What would some of the greatest minds of all time say to students about to embark on the college journey?
Developing a study skill set takes practice, but the basic principles are something every student should be familiar with.
Teachers have academic rights but students do, too.
We shall not rest until sometime in early January, when the last “Submit” button has been pressed.
You don't need to spend a fortune to have an awesome dorm room - DIY, instead!
Student contributor, Laura, urges juniors and seniors to start thinking about standardized tests now.
Find out which 375 colleges are still taking applications.
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.
Creating the right schedule balance can really impact the success of your semester.
Merit-based aid often results in bidding wars for higher achieving students.
The first lady has always maintained that she came from the same place that the students she often addresses are from, a lower-income family and the daughter of a pump worker at the City of Chicago Waterworks.