Five spring break safety tips

Keep these safety tips in mind as you get ready to go on spring break.

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. For maximum fun and minimum regret (we’ve all had that sunburn that makes you look like a lobster), follow these suggestions:
1. Be aware of…

The secret to scoring a scholarship

Follow these tips when attempting to score a scholarship.

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. The availability of student loans makes it possible for many people to attend college who may not otherwise be able to afford it, but…

Four things you should never say to your professor

Never say these four things to your professor.

Never say these four things to your professor.

Although the word “professor” alone can be intimidating, having a great one can be a huge part of your success in class and, eventually, your chosen career. Professors put a lot of time and effort into planning their courses so you can take away…

How to write a great cover letter

Follow these tips to write a great cover letter.

Writing an excellent resume can certainly help you score a great job, but what sets you apart from the pack more than anything else is the ability to write a cover letter that shows your future employer exactly why you are the perfect person to fill the position. Even if the job posting lists it…

College graduates less likely to be unemployed

People with college degrees are less likely to be unemployed.

If you are still weighing the pros and cons of getting a college degree, consider this: College graduates are less likely to be unemployed. In fact, according to The Atlantic, the unemployment rate for people with bachelor’s degrees is less than half of the rate for those with only high…

Make smart financial decisions while in college

It's important to make smart financial decisions while you're in college.

As you enter college, you’ll get plenty of advice about what you should do after graduation to make sure you lead a financially responsible life. But what about while you’re in college? You may think that taking out student loans means there’s nothing you can do to improve your financial…

Students would keep their smartphone over a car, survey shows

Millennials would rather give up their car than their smartphone, a new study suggests.

A recent survey has revealed one big way Millennials are different from previous generations: Given the choice, they would rather get rid of their car than their smartphone or laptop. Members of the Millennial generation were born in the 1980s or 1990s.
According to a survey commissioned by…