Finishing high school and then heading straight to college has been the practice of millions of Americans for decades. It is a rite of passage usually taken for granted, especially among professional career aspiring young adults.
What might be the best advice that anyone can give to a college junior? Some may say, “Opt for a double major,” while others may emphasize, “plan for your master’s program now.”
You’ve been told, “College will be over before you know it, so enjoy it while it lasts.” While this mantra certainly offers some truth, it does not take into account those lonely, dark times at night when you wrestle with a term paper or simply wonder if your major is right for you.
Tweet However, in the current climate, and with so many people out of work, you often need to take that extra step to get the most out of your education.
Tweet By Matt Deo The term ‘new universities’ refers to any of the former polytechnics, central institutions or higher education colleges that were granted university status since 1992, when the
Tweet America’s deep dependency on foreign sources of energy have hurt the country immensely. We’re subject to the whims of an oil cartel and must compete with emerging nations for
Tweet By Cathryn Johnson I graduated from college a few years ago. At the time I couldn’t wait to get out, and into the work force. I took summer school.
Tweet Students eligible for college funding under the GI Bill have a wonderful benefit available to them. But with so many people living and working abroad, taking college classes at
Tweet Think: Personal Enrichment Lots of college students have finished up their studies for the academic year and are now embarking on a 3 month plus break from their studies.
Tweet A new year has arrived and with it the promise of a fresh start, new opportunities, and a chance to reach important milestones in our lives. A number of
Tweet First of all, many thanks to everyone who has stopped by SayCampusLife.com to check out what we’re all about. 2008 was our first full year (we celebrated our first