How to Utilize Teachers as Your Best Test Prep Resource

How to Utilize Teachers as Your Best Test Prep Resource

The pressure to do well on standardized testing is huge, and it can feel overwhelming when all of your peers are paying for classes or…

5 Ways to Support a Struggling Friend

5 Ways to Support a Struggling Friend

College students are warned all the time that they may feel depressed, anxious, or stressed during their time in school. While many guides online give…

3 Tips on How to Balance Classwork and Anxiety

3 Tips on How to Balance Classwork and Anxiety

Let’s get it all out on the table when it comes to college—it’s hard, it’s time consuming, and it’s stressful. As someone who struggles with…

How to Get Through a Class You Despise

How to Get Through a Class You Despise

It’s bound to happen eventually, at some point in your college career: In your efforts to reach that far-off milestone of graduating and receiving your…

Mental Health Matters: 5 Keys for Self-Care in College

Mental Health Matters: 5 Keys for Self-Care in College

Some mornings, you may wake up feeling like the very last thing you want to do is get out of bed and go through another…

How to Block Social Media Distractions

How to Block Social Media Distractions

For a lot of kids our age, checking social media is an integral part of the day. When we’re walking to class, when we’re in…

7 Tips for Handling Freshman Year of College

7 Tips for Handling Freshman Year of College

We all come into our freshman year of college with certain expectations. After all, college is supposed to be the best four years of our…

Your Guide to College Application Fee Waivers

Your Guide to College Application Fee Waivers

One of the most common pieces of advice people give to those going through the college admissions process is to apply to a variety of schools, while…

The Dangers of Comparing College Experiences

The Dangers of Comparing College Experiences

As an incoming college freshman, I made the mistake of thinking I knew more than I really did — of believing I had it all…

These Quick Tips Will Remind You That You Studying Is Subject-Specific

These Quick Tips Will Remind You That You Studying Is Subject-Specific

With second semester full swing, a lot of students are looking to boost their GPA’s before the school year ends. Being a senior, I can…

Op-Ed: School Doesn’t Have to Come First

Op-Ed: School Doesn’t Have to Come First

I’ve been out of high school for close to 8 months now and after being so removed from it, I finally understand what everyone meant…

6 Signs You Should Drop a Class

6 Signs You Should Drop a Class

In college, there are quite a few misconceptions about dropping classes. The way I see it is, you’re paying for your education, so why keep…

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