You need your books for college, and yes, they are very expensive. But whatever you do, don't buy them from your college bookstore, unless this is really the only place you can ge...
The school year is approaching meaning purchasing books time is here again. Make sure that you have all your books before the first day of class because you never know when you mi...
Keep your comments about others including teacher comments to yourself. Don't spill them to social networks because you never know when you need a recommendation letter from a tea...
Discovering who your roommate is before hand will help establish boundaries and guidelines for a successful experience; not establishing this connection can sometime cause bad emo...
Freshmen: Don't be so eager to hang out with the cool crowd in college; sometime they will lead you away from your goal of success!
Students: There is still scholarship money out there; don't believe that just because the biggest ones are gone that all of the money is.
Always stay on top of your FASFA paperwork online or hard copy it will help save you time and keep you ahead of the game.
Freshmen Students: Always buy a composition notebook for each class to stay organized; trying to use the same one for every class gets messy and unorganized.
Freshmen Students: Always compare and contrast the prices of the book you may need; it may save you a few bucks in the long run.
Find a new word each day in the dictionary to help sharpen your verbal skills in open discussions in class.
Don't be intimidated by your roommate; getting to know them will help your college experience better.
Are you in college? Do you have a bunch of core classes that you have to take? How do you conquer it? Take summer classes! Look at your course bulletin and figure out which classe...
Incoming Freshmen don't be intimidated by full course loads; it will help your progress as you move forward as an upperclassman.
Seniors! It's never to late to apply for scholarships; even leading up to the day of move in day. Even a $100 scholarship grant is worth it because it could buy that one textbook ...