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Personal Advice

5 Key Tips for Staying Organized in College

Did you know that Americans spend 9 million combined hours a year looking for things? If you’ve ever spent time looking for your keys, then you know that number is all too true.

Personal Advice

Being a Resident Assistant: What can You Give?

Becoming a resident assistant, also known as an RA or resident adviser is a great way to build valuable skills and be a leader on campus.

Study Tips

Keeping Your Grades Up at University

If you are due to start or have already started university, one thing you should look into is how to keep your grades up during your time there.

College Living

How Not to Regret Your Time at College

It’s difficult not to feel skeptical about college nowadays. Student loans dragging new graduates down; burnout millennials that can’t properly start their life as adults because of the low prospects for a good job. Times have changed and there’s no denying that college leaves a lot of people with a sense of regret.

Personal Advice

4 Appointments Every Student Should Schedule for the Coming School Year

One of the secrets to being successful in school is figuring out what kind of help you need. While most students want to focus on classes from day one, there are certain appointments that must be made in order to be successful.

Traveling Student

Traveling The World: A Student’s Guide

Traveling the world as a student is possibly one of the best ideas you can ever have. Although you’re young and often inexperienced and naive, this is the one time in your life that you have near-absolute freedom.

Study Tips

Five Learning Tips for Kids With Dyslexia

There are learning disabilities that some students encounter along their educational journey. Some are more easily recognized than others, but they can all impair a student’s ability to learn and retain materials as quickly as their peers.

College Living

4 Alternatives to Dorm Living for Financially Savvy Students

Going away to college doesn’t mean that you need to go into debt. There are affordable living options available to students if you’re willing to get a little more creative.

Technology

Buying a Laptop for College? Don’t Forget These 7 Features

Starting college? Today is the first day of college for many colleges and universities across the country. And of the items you will need will be a personal laptop.

Study Tips

How to Stop Procrastinating and Start Studying Effectively

Remember how time flies by whenever you take out time to study! And the minute you get out of your day dreaming you aren’t finished with even a single task and it’s time to sleep.

College Living

Getting Around Campus: 4 Student Transportation Ideas for 2019

Getting around a large campus can be a challenge, especially when your next class isn’t easily walkable.

Campus Cars

A Guide to Car Insurance as You Attend College Out of State

Going to college out of state leads to a different lifestyle while studies are completed.