Students can save money and get the most out of their college education by following these simple tips for cutting costs.
HBCU College Life: Everything You Want To Know about HBCU Campus Living
Tight-knit dorm living. Unique Greeks. Exhilarating sports. In addition to top-notch academia, HBCU college life offers a virtual buffet of exciting experiences. With so many extracurricular options, how can you decide where to focus first? HBCULifestyle is here to help. From advice on moving onto and off campus to the latest sports scores, we’re here to make choosing the details of your life outside the classroom a breeze.
Are you a first generation college student needing survival tips? A current (or even past) student interested in keeping up with campus style trends? Maybe you’re researching a Greek fraternity or sorority. HBCULifestyle offers something for all of the above – whether it’s history about the Divine Nine, or links to online stores selling your favorite HBCU gear.
Part of the unrivaled excitement of HBCU college life lies in the myriad of campus activities. Don’t get overwhelmed. Let HBCULifestyle help you navigate your HBCU experience.
We Black Greeks mean well when we say “my letters” but taking ownership of those letters means taking ownership of our missions.
Every year, students go to college with several thousands of dollars worth of electronics and other personal property. Here are 5 anti-theft tips.
STEM conferences provide opportunities for you to present your research, participate in competitions, attend workshops and expand your network.
The concept of sharing space is different for everyone. Here are tips to help you weight the pros and cons of living on-campus versus renting an apartment.
Interested in reading faster? Speed reading is a skill that can dramatically increase your learning ability. Learn the basics by reading this article.
We’ve put together a list of fun and practical ways to improve your college experience to help ensure you get the most out of every day you spend on campus!
Every student will have to take a science, technology, engineering or mathematics course in their academic career. Read these success tips for STEM courses.