Young student with a cup of tea using a laptop and sitting on the wooden floor in a classroom - retro and vintage style

At a particular hour of the night, the body will call for sleep, but sometimes deadlines and due dates take priority. College students often put homework, projects and studying before a good night’s sleep. Such habits can disrupt their circadian rhythms, which are daily patterns of bodily functions, including the…

American college campus

There are so many factors that go into making the college decision – from academic reputation to finding the right fit to affordability. Beyond the institutions themselves, it’s also important to compare colleges by location. Where a college campus is can have a big effect on whether or not it’s…

wpid-thumbnail-5f29c487e216cfe82987732e87c28eb1.jpeg

Most students don‘t have a lot of money, a fact that doesn‘t surprise some. College is often the first time many students are responsible for their own finances. Working a low-paying job, scraping by and having student loans awaiting after graduation can seem overwhelming. However, students can build better financial habits…

Hands of students eating pizza while preparing for exam, view from above

Following regular exercise schedules and maintaining healthy eating habits is a tough challenge for college students. With quizzes and deadlines approaching every week, midnight snacking with large cups of coffee is the norm during all-nighters. The midnight snacking custom might depart upon graduation, but the bad eating habits and the…

Group of college or university students in in a classroom during class (shallow DOF, color toned image)

The time has finally come. After touring countless college campuses, spending hours writing your application essays and waiting anxiously for those acceptance letters, there’s only one thing left to do: have “the money talk” with your ‘rents. Although talking about how you’re going to pay for college with your family…

Two college students studying together at the lecture hall.

Over the summer, I decided to look into graduate school. A requirement for being accepted into graduate school is having a minimum GPA of 3.0. At the start of the fall semester, my GPA stood right at 2.9. I knew it was time to buckle down if I wanted any…

Next