Taking good care of your mental health when you start college should be your top priority. It can very exciting to start this new chapter of your life, but it also means that you’re going to experience a lot of changes on your own. Going to college means starting a whole new phase without the guidance of your parents or family members. This can be stressful to some students because it means leaving home and exploring new things without help from anyone. New campus, new friends, and new experiences will bring you so much joy. However, it might also make you stressed and worried.
In this op-ed, the author discusses the systems in place that perpetuate a perceived “lack of initiative” on the part of individuals and employees.
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For students that only have one custodial parent, financial aid applications can be quite scary, let alone complicated. I am hoping that with this article, we can lessen the burden that first-generation and low-income students face during the college application and financial aid process.
Today, I will be discussing ways of combatting the Duck Syndrome.
Today, I will be talking about how you, as a university student, can utilize your University’s Writing Center to the best of your abilities.
Today, I will be discussing a few tips and tricks that I’ve learned through experience on how to be well-prepared for any type of interview.
In this blog today, I will share my experience of applying to work-study jobs and give you guys some helpful tips if you are still in the process of applying!
College is expensive, and that’s the easiest way to say it. Along with tuition, many students face problems with housing, books and supplies, and food insecurity. Students have long, often hard days with mentally tasking subjects and assignments, and to have the energy for those tasks, they have to eat. Meal plans can be extremely expensive on top of tuition, and eating out every day isn’t feasible for a wallet, especially in a college town where prices can often be inflated. How do you deal with a problem like this, a seemingly unending problem that you have to solve at least three times a day? Below, I’ll give tips for dealing with food insecurity in college, and ways to combat it.
Today, I will be talking about what are interdisciplinary classes and the advantages of taking those courses during your college experience. I will also be sharing a personal story of mine that helped me realize how essential interdisciplinary classes can be.