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Adapting to college life can be challenging for some students, especially if you are living away from home for the first time. Prepare yourself for a successful transition to life on campus by learning these seven important skills: 1. Time management Managing your own time is often one of the…

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The economy is improving, and college graduates in 2015 have the highest chance since the recession of finding employment in their field of study. Ylan Q. Mui from The Washington Post discusses the employment outlook and uses real-life stories from recent graduates who have experienced the economic upswing. It was…

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Good grades and high test scores are no guarantee that you will get in to the college of your choice. Every school has its own selection criteria to determine who they think will be a good fit. Before you apply, find out what characteristics your college may look for in…

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The cost of attending college is more than just tuition. It’s books, fees, living expenses, supplies and extracurricular activities. At first glance, the total can seem daunting, but don’t worry—there are still ways to save. Use these tips to help cut down on college expenses. Maximize Free Money and Discounts…

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It’s amazing to see the advancement of food production in the United States over the years. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in 2012 each American had the ability to consume, on average, 67 pounds more of commercially grown vegetables than in 1970; 6 pounds more fruit; 35 pounds…

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Choosing to live on campus or at home is a big decision. Consider the pros and cons before you decide. When considering what college to attend you will need to decide whether you live on campus or at home. It’s a big decision that depends on many factors, including the location…

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