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.
Enjoy The HBCU Lifestyle
Are you a student at a historically black college or university? You are not alone: approximately 300,000 students are enrolled at HBCUs across the United States, and they all want to find classes, sports, activities, and internships that will help them prepare for life after graduation.
Every HBCU student wants to have an amazing college experience, and HBCU Lifestyle has the tools, tips, and resources that will help you embrace college life. Whether you’re looking for articles about the HBCU experience, Greek life, or career planning, HBCU Lifestyle will give you the information that you need to enjoy your time as a college student.
Read these articles to get started:
According to a study one in four freshmen gain at least 10 to 15 pounds during their first semester. Here are five ways to help you avoid the freshman 15.
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.
Summer break allows college students the opportunity to exhale, but making time for summer reading can help you better prepare for the next semester.
Greek Life contributor Eddie Francis talks with Dr. Froswa’ Booker-Drew about how the Black Greek and HBCU communities can leverage social capital.
The reports on how safe women feel on campus vary widely between colleges and there’s plenty of room for guys to be a strong ally for women’s safety.
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.
Omicron Psi Omega and other groups should focus on makes them unique rather than imitating existing Black Greek Letter Organizations.