No one likes being a broke college student, but thankfully there are ways other than selling Adderall to put some cash in your pocket. Work Study Work-study jobs are a great way to earn yourself some extra cash without even leaving your campus. Not everyone is eligible for work-study, but if you speak to someone [ Read More ]
Life in College
Whether you are commuting to save money or because you like the idea of your own room, just like every other decision you’ll ever make, there are pros and cons to being a commuter student. Pros: Your Own Room – Enough said. Home Cooked Meals – Dining hall food is mostly gross and indigestible. Home [ Read More ]
This is a Guest Post from Andrew Puco For every college student the single most important thing to accomplish while in school is to acquire a high-quality education. Additionally, amongst other things you also learn time management and independence. The harsh reality of higher education is the very high cost. Some schools, particularly private schools [ Read More ]
Getting involved in activities on a college campus has its perks. Not only can you add some pretty impressive stuff to your resume, but you can have some serious fun and make some lifelong memories and friends along the way. Network! College is the most important time in your life to start making some networks! [ Read More ]
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Mom and Dad getting upset at your spending habits? Sick of being a broke college student? Here are three ways to save money on things you already do on a regular basis!
Think you can make it through all four years of college by yourself? Think again. Your friends (or lack of) can be the determining factor of your college experience.
First semester of freshman year is usually remembered as the most challenging, stressful, and life changing time of a young adults life. For most, the transition of leaving the comfort of mom and dad’s house, good food, and their own bedroom into the jungle of shared bedrooms, bathrooms, dining hall food and a dorm building [ Read More ]
We are living in a digital age. The Internet and mobile devices have altered the education landscape to the extent that teens are even including text slang—OMG!—in their school work. Educational technology is moving full speed ahead. As textbooks are being replaced by digital readers and traditional education moves online, it’s important to understand the [ Read More ]
In This Section: Life in College
Dorm life is all about your life in the dorms at college. We’re here to tell you what it’s like living in a dorm, the differences between living on and off-campus, and what to bring with you when moving in. We’ll give you tips and advice on dealing with roommates, how to get the most out of your dorm space, how to deal with problems in the dorm, tips on communicating with your RA, neighbors, how to choose your roommates and how to decide if a dorm or apartment is right for you. Anything that you would want to know about dorm life in college, we’ve got the information for you!