It seems that other factors may be leading to the infamous “Freshman 15″ beyond the overconsumption of alcohol and junk food.
Having a full refrigerator and cabinets is one of those things that we tend to take for granted growing up. But as you head off to college, you’ll soon discover that the process of grocery shopping while on a budget can be a bit daunting.
If your spring break adventures have you venturing into another country, you’ll need more than your passport and a foreign language dictionary to navigate cultural differences.
While college students have a lot to focus on – from studying for final exams, to creating powerful resumes and filling out job applications – something many students may neglect is cultivating that all-important quality that will help them be successful in their future careers: leadership.
If you’re struggling with how to manage your money on top of class, work, and the numerous other activities that make up daily life, your smartphone may be able to help.
As you’re gearing up for spring break, it’s important to keep a few safety tips in mind to make sure you return ready to hit the books when classes resume.
Although getting a college degree may be the difference between having a rewarding career or feeling less fulfilled in the workplace, it can be expensive.