Online education has become a trend these days. There are innumerable websites that are offering online education for students around the world. Some do this free of charge, and some charge money for access.
When it comes time to discuss the subject of college, few conversations get around to the subject of housing. For better or for worse, however, where a student lives during his or her college years is something that deserves a lot of serious consideration.
More commentary from a college friend of mine. It would be wise to follow his advice:
You moved into your dorm room, bought yourself a package of top ramen for every week of the semester, and you already toured campus to find your classes. Now all that’s left is to start school.
Your freshman year of college is both exciting and terrifying. Now that you are officially an adult, it is time to define who you are by way of letting loose your inner fashionista.
College is the time where we depend on scholarships, grants, loans and our part-time jobs to get by. But while we’re working so hard for our future career, we can forget to put away money now that we’ll need once we’re thrust into the real world, diploma in hand.