Until you graduate and get a real full-time job in your career, you have to save money as much as possible and keep your expenses in check. Here’s help.
From four decades as a faculty member and administrator and three-times as a University CEO Charlie Nelms shares his best tips for the Class of 2020.
Are you looking for inexpensive college textbooks? This guide will help you find the affordable options for your college classes.
You’ve probably read plenty of guides on essay writing. All of them tell you to stick to the structure and include a solid thesis. That’s a good way to start, but you also need to know which mistakes to avoid. When you learn how to avoid the following mistakes when writing essays, the quality of […]
College is both a pleasant and difficult experience. On one side, classmates are always ready to throw another party. But on the other side, professors are giving you more and more assignments. Maintaining good grades in college can be difficult. Next, we have come out with ten ways to improving grades in college while still […]
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 […]
Have you ever woken up groggy and tired from the night before? As college students, there are always factors that keep us up all night, whether it’s parties or pulling an all-nighter for a project that’s due the next day. But how much sleep should a college student receive? According to an article from the […]
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 […]