Attracting students across a competitive global market is lucrative business for institutions looking to move away from traditional academic disciplines by staying relevant to today’s innovative and entrepreneurial spirit.
It can be terrifying when you realize or suspect someone has taken a drug overdose. Drug overdose is now the leading cause of accidental death in the United States, but staying calm and taking quick action can save a life.
If you’re a college student, moving into the dorms freshman year can be an incredibly exciting time. You’ll be making new friends, living away from your parents and gaining lots of new experiences. Living in such close quarters isn’t always easy though.
In today’s increasingly competitive job market, having a quality educational background is essential for you. Quality college education will help to set you apart from the competition when you go job hunting.
Most of us have been there: you are in your freshman year, money pumped by your parents is cut short, and you seem to struggle with your finances. And it will be the same for sophomore year, junior year, and so on, unless you do something about it.
To live or not to live with a roommate. That is a question every college student has to ask himself/herself at some point.
While watching some late night political talk show the other day, I learned that a surprisingly large percentage of college students have to worry about food.
When you want to go on a vacation, but you haven’t got the budget, it’s tough to figure things out. Many students will settle for getting into debt or just won’t go anywhere at all, but there’s a happy medium where you can find an alternative route on a budget.
The process of job searching can be very frustrating for most fresh college graduates. This is mainly because they lack work experience, and as a result, cannot compete against other experienced job seekers.
Going back to college as an adult – after been away for several years – can be a nerve-racking experience, at best.