Your high school student is preparing for college, and that means taking the SAT. They will probably take it more than once, but the 1st time will require prep.
Do you know what you are going to do after you graduate college? The news is filled each day with stories of doom in the job market and increasingly high unemployment numbers. The crisis our nation faces with high unemployment is not one to take lightly, and as a recent graduate with limited experience, you […]
Volunteering gives you the chance to develop insight on work ethics, dealing with others and honing your skills for your chosen career.
Choosing the right college is not an easy task. Joining a college campus visit group or doing a college tour on your own can help make the choice easier.
The Shawn Carter Scholarship can be used to cover tuition expenses and related supplemental educational expenses such as books, lab fees, travel and select costs of living. Deadline April 30th.
My mission to do my letters proud turned into my barely graduating from college. I lost myself in Greek life. Over 25 years later and wiser, I often tell younger Divine Nine members about my academic stumbles to call their attention to the importance of personal accountability as a fraternity or sorority member. However, my […]
Everyone from your siblings to older friends to your high school teachers will offer lots of insights and college advice. From how it will be the best experience ever to why living in a dorm can be troublesome. But there are some things that you won’t get to hear from anyone. From dorm room realities […]
I am proud of Black Greek-Letter Organization college members across America. Many have responded very well to the #BlackLivesMatter movement through their involvement. BGLO chapters and members have also been leaders. For example, the Truman State University Phi Beta Sigma chapter began a #ChalkedUnarmed social media movement. Later, Brown University’s Alpha Phi Alpha chapter’s held […]