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.
Whether you are starting college as a freshman or a seasoned student, you are probably trying to organize some last minute preparations before hitting the books for another year. Every student has a different objective for the upcoming year, but the steps to achieve them are often similar. We at College Prowler have compiled three [ Read More ]
No matter what you choose to study in college, it is a good idea to take a variety of classes to discover what interests you. One of the biggest mistakes you can make in school is to avoid exploring subjects not familiar to you or out of your comfort zone. College is a time to [ Read More ]
Are you constantly finding yourself in “the friend zone”? If you can’t seem to extricate yourself from a relationship gone wrong, ask yourself how you can become more appealing to your crush so you can finally take it to the next level. Find out what our friends at The Campus Socialite have to say about getting out of “the friend zone.”
Do you find yourself constantly worrying about things you cannot control or freaking out over little things that just don’t matter in the end? If you can’t stop the anxiety, check out this article on what to do when faced with mini-crisis and how to get past each and every one without losing your head! Don’t forget to take care of yourself and stop worrying!
It’s the end of the year and you know what that means: time to get your affairs in order and prepare for final exams. If you are feeling overwhelmed or disorganized, follow these tips to help you get everything in order BEFORE the week of finals. Don’t let yourself get lost, prepare now!
Parents calling you too often? Parents not calling you enough? While away at college, sometimes it’s hard to maintain a decent relationship with your parents, but for the most part, your parents mean well for you. Learn how to keep a healthy, mature relationship with your parents while away at college.