Classes, homework, friends, family, work, extra-curriculars, sports, parties, significant other. College is tough, college relationships are even tougher. Do you have the time to give to your relationship?
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.
We all have our own stories of textbook-buying woes, especially when it comes to the outrageous prices. But ever wonder why textbooks are priced so high? This graphic by Online Education breaks down why textbooks cost so much, and what other options you should start considering if you’re still paying full price at the school [ Read More ]
If prompted, every college student can look back on their academic years and pinpoint that one person that made their life a living hell for a semester. You definitely aren’t alone in this situation — and while you might just want to explode in anger — it’s important to keep your cool. Here are some [ Read More ]
Wouldn’t it be amazing to get a college education for free? Luckily, with the help of technology, the path toward a truly democratic education model is literally right at our fingertips. This is better known as OpenCourseWare (OCW). For those of you who are unfamiliar, OCW is a free and open digital publication open to [ Read More ]
If you enjoy being a disorganized and chaotic person, you’re better off not reading this post. For those of you who are under siege by out-of-control in boxes and too many apps, here’s some advice to make your technology world more zen. Clear inbox = clear mind Some of you won’t believe me on this [ Read More ]
You’re in class and your professor has just announced that a large part of your grade is based on a group project. You just had one of two reactions: you either let out a groan of despair, your mind wandering back to past disasters of group projects, wondering how to keep a decent grade with [ Read More ]
“What’s your major?” Have you been asked this question about a thousand times already? If not, you probably haven’t started college yet. Right behind “what’s your name” and “where are you from,” questions regarding major or field of study are some of the most sommonly used during introductory conversations. So, are you behind if you [ Read More ]
If you’re like me, the summer before I started college, I wanted to procrastinate absolutely everything college-related. I just could not accept that I was about to move on and that there were necessary steps I needed to take to be prepared. Learn from my mistake – you will want to be prepping for this [ Read More ]
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