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5 Books Every Future College Student Should Read

5 Books Every Future College Student Should Read
Books are powerful. They can help us learn, stimulate our imaginations and give us thought-provoking ideas about real life. And sometimes, they can even help us prepare for future life experiences...like college! Think about it: college is an opportunity to learn about yourself and the world. What better time is there to pick up a few books and expand your horizons...

The Surprising Truth About Sports Scholarships

The Surprising Truth About Sports Scholarships
For many young kids growing up on the soccer field or basketball court, representing their college as a student athlete is a highly sought-after dream. If you excel at a sport, an athletic scholarship can also open the door to academic opportunities. But while it can seem like a golden opportunity, being a student athlete isn’t all fun and...

To Pick the Right College, Do This First

To Pick the Right College, Do This First
I had many considerations on my mind when I first started looking at colleges... I wanted to know about each school’s program for my intended major, as well as class sizes, school atmosphere and, of course, what the dorms were like. Cost was a factor, too, but it wasn’t high on my list. Years later, I’m still paying off my student loans,...

Here’s Why You Should Stop Stressing Over College Applications

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Applying for college can be a daunting process, so it makes sense to aim for schools that can offer the best education. As a result, you may feel pressure to make the cut for some of the more elite schools. The more selective the college, the higher quality of education, right? What if you stopped stressing over college applications and...

Your Guide to a Debt-Free Degree

Your Guide to a Debt-Free Degree
Imagine earning your college degree and coming out with little to no debt. It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? As of 2018, about 20% of U.S. residents carry student loan debt. This can be a huge barrier for graduates just getting their lives started. There are a whole bunch of methods to help you minimize that pesky debt...

Your Professor Secretly Loves…

Your Professor Secretly Loves...
Have you ever wondered why some professors like certain students more than others? Believe it or not, it’s usually not that hard to make your instructors happy. They may not always come out and say exactly what they want, but there are a few behaviors that can help boost your relationship with your professor almost immediately. Implement some of these...

How to Get Paid to Become a Nurse

6 Ways Nurses Avoid Paying for Learning
The United States expects to see roughly 200,000 new jobs for registered nurses each year between now and 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The demand for nurses is high, significantly outpacing other careers in the healthcare industry. Students who are interested in this path would be smart to get started on their nursing education right away. If...

College Is More Expensive Than Ever — Here’s How to Afford It

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Pursuing a college education is the American dream for most teens and young adults, but it’s getting more expensive by the minute. With everything from housing to classes and fees, all those costs can put the dream of higher education on the back burner. It might be easy to borrow money with a student loan, but that option can leave...

Students Can’t Bring WHAT on Campus Anymore?

Students Can't Bring WHAT on Campus Anymore?
The boxes are packed, the (very expensive) textbooks are ordered and it’s time to move in with the roommate. The big day, the first day of college, is just around the corner, but some students might be unknowingly breaking the rules as soon as they get there. The list of items not allowed on university campuses has gotten longer,...

The 12 Zodiacs as Types of College Students

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The month you were born in might say a lot about the kind of student you are, or it might not. The zodiac is more art than science, but it’s a fun way to explore personality and behavior. We’ve reimagined each sign as a type of college student. How does yours match up? Capricorn Students who miss a class know to turn...