School is right around the corner, and though some schools are sticking with e-learning, some are still bringing students to campus. If that’s the case for you—and especially if you’re a freshman—you’re probably thinking about what to pack.
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The 2019-20 College school year saw freshman enrollment hit around 20 million students in the United States. That means 20 million incoming freshmen will need a lot of questions answered.
It is easy to get overwhelmed when you go off to college. The increased pressure from a more challenging academic life paired with social issues can make this a difficult transition.
Many students are struggling to keep up with classes now that many colleges are switching to remote offerings. And many students may be planning on fast-tracking their education plans to finish school ahead of the curve.
When you are in college, your primary focus is likely getting the GPA you want and preparing for your career. It’s also a good time to pick up great financial habits.
Once you have decided to earn your college degree online, it can be overwhelming to find the right one.