One of the most stressful decisions you have to make during your college years is picking your major. At most schools, this decision has to be set in stone by the end of your freshman year – some programs need to have you started the second you set your foot in the door. So where [ Read More ]
If you’ve been able to make it this far in your collegiate career without pulling an all-nighter, consider yourself lucky. Those nights with Red Bull and practically falling asleep in your library cubicle are no fun at all – no matter how easy movies or TV make them seem. Unfortunately, I’ve had to pull far [ Read More ]
It is a fact that when the economy goes south, enrollment rates at graduate school go up as many feel the exposure to MA and MS curriculums will increase their marketability. Higher education has traditionally been a financial hedge against recession, giving professionals of all ages the skills and training they need to get a [ Read More ]
You’re in college! Congratulations! I’m going to be the first one to tell you that no one cares. Don’t take that the wrong way, going to college is great, but you know what’s not great? Failing college because you didn’t study. Proud family members feel silly after sending you off into your adult life only [ Read More ]
Looking for your newest dessert obsession? Look no further: this one dish has it all.
While partying it up all weekend seemed to be a good choice at the time, I’m sure you’ll regret it when the final hours of your Sunday night tick down. While having fun in college is important, so is finishing your school work (unfortunately). While I consider myself to be a procrastinator extraordinaire, I have [ Read More ]
For some of you, school in four years may seem very difficult or even downright impossible. Your credit load is already high, your classes are tough, and you’re just not sure you will be able to graduate on time. If you are doubting yourself, check out these five tips to get you through school and onto graduation as soon as possible.
The year is 2011 and sexuality is an ever-evolving concept. College students are hooking up and mixing up their partners as well as their sexual preferences. However, there are still potential factors that can put your relationships at risks. Learn how to seek out healthy relationships and how to maintain them.
Need a little extra money after tuition’s been paid off? Learn what a refund check is and how you can be eligible to receive one. If you are thinking of spending your refund check the minute it comes in the mail, maybe you should think twice; consider these reasons for saving the money instead!