One of the many challenges one has to face before getting into college is choosing the right size college. Aside from choosing their ideal major or course, students also find it hard to decide which college to apply to. There are those who are lucky enough to be accepted in their ideal institutions but there […]
Heading to a Black College: Planning Tips and More
Black college planning involves many distinct – and exciting – choices. Whether you’re a parent or a student, a recent high school graduate or a post-grad looking to extend your education, there are dozens of things to take into consideration. Let HBCU Lifestyle be your partner in black college planning, offering important schedule details, campus living tips and more to help you make one of the most important decisions of your life. Getting ready for college just got easier!
When it comes to choosing an HBCU, it can be hard to figure out where to begin. Do you need to find money to attend in the first place? Check out our college scholarships for high school seniors section for the details you need. Is an urban campus for you or a rural environment? Use our black college tours section to learn how to arrange a visit in person.
HBCU Lifestyle puts all of the details at your fingertips. This section will quickly become indispensible as you plan your college experience. Wherever you are in the black college planning journey, let HBCU Lifestyle help.
If you think you have everything packed for your trip, think again. Here are some last minute items you might want to bring along or purchase from a nearby store before you leave home for college. A Token from Home When you live long enough in the residence hall, you’ll realize that the excitement that […]
The global economy is rapidly changing. It transforms year to year forcing future career professionals to step back and take notice or remain left behind. Decades ago, job candidates could land decent jobs without a college education since college was geared towards elite professionals such as doctors, lawyers, and scientists. Corporations were lenient during the […]
The costs are accrued from going to college or university has increased hugely over the last ten years, with rises in tuition fees and also a rising cost in the standard of living. Students who plan to study at college will need to plan very carefully and astutely if they are avoid excessive debts. Before […]
High school students entering their senior year have many important decisions to make about the next phase of their lives. This is an exciting time with all the traditional activities to look forward to such as senior class trip, prom, and the commencement ceremony. Many students will catch the “senioritis” bug and loose their motivation […]
We’ve all been there. Struggling through a test that never ends, answering one question after the next, ending up so exhausted that you don’t even understand what the last few questions mean. Then you get your score and it’s very obvious that you muddled your way through. The reason you lose concentration during a long […]
Entry #56, February 25, 2011 Article source: LeTay Publishing: This is the ultimate guide for the over 100 HBCUs. Student life, tuition, accreditation, school mascots, location and more importantly, the history. This guide is the culmination of over 1 year of research to bring together all in one place the information that high school students […]