When we’re in high school, our to-do lists are very short: Go to school, do your homework, attend any extracurriculars and shower (in any order). However, if you go to college out of town, your to-do list multiplies by a thousand. You no longer have your parents to help run errands for you or schedule [ Read More ]
The collegiate journey will soon be coming to an end for many of you. You’ll be walking down the aisle to “Pomp and Circumstance,” shaking hands with a university administrator on a stage and flipping the tassel on your cap quicker than you realize. It’s time to wipe away those tears (you’ll need them for later on) [ Read More ]
The Chance to Study Abroad The opportunity to study abroad is an exciting way to immerse yourself in a new culture. You’ll learn much more than you might in a classroom, and you’ll experience—up close and personal—those invisible cultural expectations you carry around from your background. You will either begin to learn a new language [ Read More ]
Although we may not know it, our daily lives and actions are informed greatly by our understanding of cultural norms. In our native environments, these cultural norms are all but invisible because we’ve learned to adhere to them without even thinking about it. But when you leave your home to travel or live in a [ Read More ]
Freshman year of college is full of lessons learned and memories made. Here’s a look at some lessons learned from those in college now and those who have graduated.
Being broke is what college is all about. Nothing teaches you more about budgeting than trying to eat, drink and have fun on a very strict budget. Sometimes we look back at our college experience and wonder how we made through those weeks where we had to make twenty bucks last through weekend and still [ Read More ]
College is definitely the most notorious time when people are unanimously BROKE. You still want to shop, go out, go on spring break, and have a great time, but you just do not have the money. Here are some great ways to save money and still live it up. The number one way to save [ Read More ]
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 ]
Do you find yourself being disrespected by your professors, peers and even strangers? Take a look at these 10 tips that will give you the edge and help you to gain respect not only with teachers and in the classroom, but on-campus and with friends, too. Being respected is important so find out how to gain respect and be taken seriously in college.