Interested in reading faster? Speed reading is a skill that can dramatically increase your learning ability. Learn the basics by reading this article.
Surviving College: Tips, Tricks and Advice For Students
Often lost between all the excitement and pride that comes with sending a student off to college is a more important issue – college survival! It’s no secret that while many students go off to HBCU campuses in the fall, many others will not see their academic journey through to graduation. What makes the difference when it comes to surviving college?
Check out stories on surviving college – from how to have a successful freshman year to how to make it as a first generation college student. We examine why students drop out of college and even offer tips on keeping your finances intact through college. Surviving college isn’t impossible. Read and share articles to make the journey a smooth one.
Every student will have to take a science, technology, engineering or mathematics course in their academic career. Read these success tips for STEM courses.
Here are some tips for freshmen on surviving college. Be friendly, pack for the climate, and make smart choices when deciding which courses to take.
Are you a first generation college student? Then you know about the unique challenges that lay ahead. Here are some tips to help you survive.
Sending a respectful and courteous email is a new skill for a lot of students. Here are eight rules to follow each and every time you email your professor.
Don’t get worried about how to study and avoid exam cram anymore! Just change your study habits and our guide will show you how to study with a proper plan.
Learning to be a good college roommate early on can teach you valuable skills in sharing space with another person that will benefit to you now and in the future.
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 […]