The value and convenience of an online degree program is undeniable. As technological advancements allow for more integrated and sophisticated programs, elite universities are beginning to develop online programs at an increased rate. Though this is the best time ever to consider such programs, know that each one is not created equal. Students have a [ Read More ]
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Is it really mid-July already? That means about two months ‘til school starts, and two months ‘til it’s prime people-meeting time. Whether it’s your first year at school and you’re looking to make new friends or you’re returning to school and looking to expand your circle and network, the beginning of fall semester is a [ 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 ]
It goes without saying that the current job market is competitive. The U.S. unemployment rate right now is steady at just under 9%. That’s nearly three million people looking for jobs, good jobs, jobs for which new college graduates will also be applying. The good news is that this year, hiring for college grads is [ Read More ]
Are you a college student in possession of a certain set of religious or spiritual beliefs? According to recent studies, such students are becoming increasingly rare. Indeed, secular student organizations on campuses are rising. Meanwhile, students are also becoming less religious as college progresses. So, does college make a student “lose their religion?” Read on. [ Read More ]
It’s been a little bit more than a month since most of us graduated from school. If you haven’t found a job yet, stop banging your head against the wall and take a few steps back to reevaluate what you’re doing. More than likely, you’re so bogged down with the insignificant details that you aren’t [ Read More ]
An increasing number of schools and universities are offering online alternatives to their master’s degree programs. Whether it’s for select classes or for an entire master’s degree program, students have better options than ever before. Advanced online degrees are no longer for specialty schools or for-profit institutions either. Premier universities such as University of Southern [ Read More ]
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In This Section: School
As the most important part of attending college, this category offers you advice on choosing classes, how to arrange your class schedule, purchasing books and planning your course of study. But of course there is more to school than just planning: we also give you study tips, advice on time management, we show you how to form a relationship with your professor and peers, and how to succeed when you are feeling overworked or stressed out. We also cover tips on internships, jobs, and what happens after college; you know, graduation? Whether you need to find out the best place to buy your textbooks or how to deal with a lousy professor, we’ve got the tips and advice for you.