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When Roommates Have Different Sleep Schedules

Nothing tears roommates apart quite like different sleep schedules. It doesn’t matter how strong your friendship is with your roommate, if they’re constantly waking you up or depriving you of sleep, you’re probably going to come to resent them for it. If you yourself are the sleep offender, it’s time to change your ways (or show this article to your roommate to help them change theirs, if the roles are reversed). Whether you’re a night owl or … Continue

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Major Book Buyback Websites

Many students are listing their textbooks on websites such as Amazon or Half in hopes of a buyer purchasing them. For popular textbooks, you may sell your copy in a few days. For other less popular textbooks, you may maintain the same inventory for months. While listing your textbooks on these websites is a great way to get competitive selling prices, you may not want to wait that long to receive the money. If you are willing to settle for a … Continue

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How Can Your Academic Advisor Help You?

Out of all the people who are there to help you succeed in college, your academic advisor can be your best friend. This person is assigned to you in order to guide you through your entire college career. Why do so many students go to their advisor only when required by the college? This person is a great resource, and they actually want to help. So do yourself a favor and make time to meet with your advisor. Is four years enough time? College … Continue

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Save big with Student ID

With the increasing cost of textbooks, tuition, and college expenses, many college students are pinching their wallets to save money. One of the first expenses of a college student is the handy Student Identification Card. This card will allow you to check out library books, store your meal plan, and act as a key card to your dorm building. With the stress and demands of college, many companies and businesses recognize that students deserve … Continue

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Save big with Student ID

With the increasing cost of textbooks, tuition, and college expenses, many college students are pinching their wallets to save money. One of the first expenses of a college student is the handy Student Identification Card. This card will allow you to check out … Continue

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When Roommates Have Different Sleep Schedules

Nothing tears roommates apart quite like different sleep schedules. It doesn’t matter how strong your friendship is with your roommate, if they’re constantly waking you up or depriving you of sleep, you’re probably going to come to resent them for it. If you yourself … Continue

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How to Have a Great Time in College

For many people, college is one of the best and most memorable times of their lives. Not only will you likely learn more in a four year period than you ever have before, but you'll gain valuable life experience in the process. Many students, however, enter into … Continue

Young College Students - Study group

How Can Your Academic Advisor Help You?

Out of all the people who are there to help you succeed in college, your academic advisor can be your best friend. This person is assigned to you in order to guide you through your entire college career. Why do so many students go to their advisor only when required by … Continue

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Major Book Buyback Websites

Many students are listing their textbooks on websites such as Amazon or Half in hopes of a buyer purchasing them. For popular textbooks, you may sell your copy in a few days. For other less popular textbooks, you may maintain the same inventory for months. While … Continue

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Helping With the Hassles of Off-Campus Housing

Off-campus housing can be a tricky situation, especially as a freshman. This is the first time you’ve ever been on your own, which is a liberating feeling. But you do have adult-like decisions looming in the near future like finding an apartment. Most colleges and … Continue