New Semester: As you head back to college after the winter break, use these ways to reinvent yourself and add value to your college experience.
Campus Life: Your Home Away from Home
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 campus 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:
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- Top 10 Ways To Upgrade Your College Experience
Academic Advisor: How to Maximize Your Appointment
Academic advising plays an important role in supporting student learning on a college campus. It is a process in which academic advisors assist students in their growth and development by creating meaningful educational plans that are compatible with their life goals. While advising is often associated with course selection, it is actually a lot more […]
Class of 2018: How to Have a Successful Freshman Year
Unsolicited Advice for Parents and Students from a Three-time University President As a university president, the annual ritual that I loved most was the opportunity to welcome new freshmen to campus. No matter how busy I was, I always made time to meet new students and their parents and to assist them with moving into […]
Healthy Living Tips for Surviving College Life
Balance is the key word to staying fit and healthy during college. However, many college students will tell you that finding time for exercise when assignments, projects, and exams are upon you, can be easier said than done. Students often use the excuse of not having enough time to exercise for the extra weight they […]
Dorm Life: Adjusting to Your New Home on Campus
All summer long (and, let’s be honest … maybe longer) you’ve been looking forward to the freedom that college dorm life offers new students. You can stay up late, there are no parents looking over your shoulder and telling you what to do … what could be better? But the reality is that moving away […]
College Survival 101: Thriving in Chaos
Surviving college as HBCU students truly means more than getting your college degree and going out in the world to get a job. It means more than accepting the conditions of the present just to say that you are a college student. What it does represent is the past battles that was began being waged […]
10 Essential Financial Lessons to Learn Before Leaving College
I wasn’t schooled in the fundamentals of wealth creation upon my entrance into college and probably many of you. I must say that most of my financial education hinged on observing what took place in my household. We were very frugal (Shopped in bulk, cut coupons, and carried a grocery list) and had to make […]
How HBCU Students Can Find a Great Mentor
In my last article, I mentioned how obtaining a “Millionaire Mindset” would help to shift your perspective as a college student. Although those principles were simplistic and easy to understand you still must grasp the importance of finding a mentor who can walk you through the steps in more detail. It can take years to develop […]