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Ten Necessary Topics For New Roommate Discussion

First time freshman or learned senior, these issues must be spoken about within the first week of living with a new roommate. Communicating about these problems early on will pave the way for a less stressful semester. 1. Pet Peeves Everyone has something that will always annoy them. Whether it pertains to noises, actions or items it is important to know your roommate’s pet peeves. Laying bare these odd facts about one another in the … Continue

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Be Smart Buying Textbooks at the College Bookstore

Professors usually post required course material information a few weeks before classes begin (or maybe even during the first week of classes) and this leaves college students scrambling to get a textbook for the best price. If they find out the required textbook the first week of class, chances are they will need to purchase the book immediately from the bookstore. They will not be able to wait while a cheaper version is shipped to … Continue

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Be Your own Academic Advisor

As a college student, you know how important registering for classes is. You want to be one of the firsts to register for classes and have the best class times offered to you. While academic advisors and professors offer infinite guidance and ideas, you are your own future maker. You plan the destiny and what you want to do. Super- seniors walk campus every day. A super- senior is a student who has been a senior for more then one year … Continue

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Paying to Study Abroad

Many students pass up the wonderful opportunity to study abroad because they believe that they don't have the money. This is very unfortunate, however, as studying abroad doesn't have to be the financial burden that many students believe it to be. If you want to study abroad but are afraid of spending the money, consider the following: First of all, studying abroad is usually not much more expensive than tuition at an average American college. … Continue

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Ten Necessary Topics For New Roommate Discussion

First time freshman or learned senior, these issues must be spoken about within the first week of living with a new roommate. Communicating about these problems early on will pave the way for a less stressful semester. 1. Pet Peeves Everyone has something that will … Continue

A Healthy Dose of Studying

The idea behind college is to get a degree. That degree will, hopefully, garner a well paid career. Granted, while not many job interviews involve a careful perusal of academic transcripts, the grades in college still matter. Grades reflect work ethic, knowledge and … Continue

Paying to Study Abroad

Many students pass up the wonderful opportunity to study abroad because they believe that they don't have the money. This is very unfortunate, however, as studying abroad doesn't have to be the financial burden that many students believe it to be. If you want to … Continue

Be Smart Buying Textbooks at the College Bookstore

Professors usually post required course material information a few weeks before classes begin (or maybe even during the first week of classes) and this leaves college students scrambling to get a textbook for the best price. If they find out the required textbook the … Continue

8 Inexpensive but Fun Date Ideas for This Fall

We all know that being a college student means you’re tight on money. Spending quality time with your significant other is what really matters. So, take a look at these cute and cozy date ideas. Jack-O’-Love Halloween is a thrilling time of the year. You and your … Continue

Be Your own Academic Advisor

As a college student, you know how important registering for classes is. You want to be one of the firsts to register for classes and have the best class times offered to you. While academic advisors and professors offer infinite guidance and ideas, you are your own … Continue