College Life

There’s more to college than just showing up for class; the next few years will be filled with ups and downs as you learn to live on your own and balance academics with a social life. Whether you need to find cheap textbooks or learn how to shop on a shoestring budget, we’ll provide helpful tips to get you through college without going broke. We can even teach you how to study more effectively, finance a study abroad program, or throw a Super Bowl party that’s worthy of the Vince Lombardi Trophy. By the time you graduate, you’ll be an expert on saving money and how to find the best campus deals.

Where to Find Free Stuff for College

Win Free Stuff! Are you one of those people who hates filling out countless applications or dreads writing essays? Do you wish there was a simpler method to winning free money for college? Well, you just may be in luck! I recently stumbled upon some fun and easy methods of winning prizes, as well as scholarships for college. There’s no charge for registering on the websites, and most of the activities are ones you would normally encounter when preparing for college (or trying to avoid studying).
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Study Habits: Getting Organized

studying girl College can be a stressful experience. You will be juggling multiple classes, relationship issues, and, maybe even, work-related challenges. That’s why it is so important to establish good study habits. Getting organized is the key to making sure you are achieving everything you desire.

Procrastinating can be a detriment to your college studies. Margot Bell, associate director of student development at the University of British Columbia, states, “Starting to study early is critical to your success for so many reasons — it allows you to strategically map out your time.”

Below are a few great tips to help you achieve academic success. Continue Reading…


Benefits of Volunteering in College

volunteers During college, you may desire to live the party life and have your focus set on the three F’s: Food, Fridays & Fun! However, you can get all those goodies and more by volunteering at a local food bank, school, or homeless shelter.

Based on a report issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals with higher levels of educational attainment are more likely to volunteer. In 2010, 42.3 percent of college graduates volunteered. Moreover, you are not alone in the community service movement. Young people, like you, are making a difference across this nation. You may even want to discuss your service with others at the National Conference on Volunteering and Service in New Orleans on June 6-8, 2011.

Think about how you can serve your community, and then review the benefits that volunteering will have on your life. Continue Reading…


Roommates 101: Develop A Good Relationship

college roommatesLiving with a roommate is either one of the scariest or most exciting moments of a college freshman’s life. You have no clue who the person may be or even what his/her personality is like. However, some incoming students dread the experience and hope they are not matched up with a person similar to the overbearing, obsessed girl in the movie The Roommate.

While you’re waiting for your roommate to arrive, you should be thinking about how to develop good relationship with that person. Ponder about your likes, dislikes, and what really annoys you. Also, be mindful of the other person’s quirks and things he/she may request of you. Living with a college roommate is about setting boundaries so that everyone is comfortable to live, work, and play in the college dorm. Continue Reading…


Getting Ready for College

College Admission Tests It’s never too early to start getting ready for college.

While there are many ways to prepare, one of the best is by taking the Preliminary SAT, or PSAT. This test will determine how well equipped you are to take the SAT, and is a predictor of future SAT performance.

In the eyes of the average high school junior, a typical Saturday morning consists of sleeping in, watching TV or hanging out with friends. In October, however, such leisurely habits will be altered. High school juniors (and some sophomores) from all around the country will be up bright and early, ready to participate in a test that can be pivotal to their educational careers. Continue Reading…


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