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For almost every college student, the winter holidays are a much needed break from classes, books, exams and those demanding professors who never seem to let up with the assignments. If you are like most students, you will probably spend the break hanging out with your family and friends, eating good food and sleeping in […]
Listen to the podcast In this episode, I share some personal goals and updates from the first episode that I hope will inspire you. I also share recent tips from our blog’s college admissions, college life, and HBCU education categories. In the featured section of the podcast I am delighted to interview my first guest […]
You can just imagine the number of new friends and classmates you’ll know when you’re in college. You will be lucky to know some familiar faces from high school but other than them, you’re surrounded by strangers. With so many new acquaintances, how can you remember all their names? Many people find it difficult to […]
Packing is such a time consuming task, no matter what you are doing it for. College can be extra stressful because it’s your first time living on your own in your own environment. Take the time to make of list of what you need to bring to school. Remember not to over-pack because you are […]
When you are in college, money can be tight and everyone knows that. Even if you got a lot of financial aid to help you cover your educational costs or you took out loans, you will still need to have some extra spending money. Things come up that you have to pay for. There are […]