Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks and spending time with family and friends. Thanksgiving also gives students some free time away from school. Some students have a four-day weekend, while other students have the full week off! If you’re not sure how to spend your free time, here are some ideas for college bound students. Read More
Going to college for the first time? Or maybe you’re going back to school to fulfill a childhood dream. Whatever your situation, you’re bound to have a mixture of worries and hopes. If you’ve already chosen your major, you’ve also been asked this question, “So what will you make?” A difference. But how do you make a difference? Read More
Many students have the dream to study abroad during their time in education. Whether it’s for six months, a whole year or longer, there’s nothing like the idea of chucking yourself into the deep end of another culture and experiencing an amazing place in all its glory.
However, as with anything in life, studying abroad doesn’t come without its problems. From missing home to a complete absence of motivation, the life of an international student can be both tricky and highly rewarding.
To have the best time, it’s important to remember that any little setbacks are just that and it doesn’t have to ruin your entire trip. Today, we’ll explore several of the most common challenges so you can be prepared. Read More
Public colleges and universities sometimes get a bad rap. There are many myths about public colleges that stop students from even considering them as viable college options. However, the real difference between public and private colleges is how they are funded. Public colleges receive money from their state government while private colleges are funded by tuition and donations. Public colleges and universities have a lot of great opportunities for students. Students should not dismiss public colleges based on the following five myths. Read More