Posts for College Life

Student-Saving Tips: What to do in a Laptop Emergency

As a busy college student you know your laptop is your storage device for practically every project you turn in and if anything goes wrong with it, you might be doomed. There are many to go about handling a laptop emergency. These strategies include backing up your hard drive, knowing your resources ahead of time, […]
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7 Class Scheduling Tips for College Students

Class scheduling can have a tremendous impact on how well you are able to make it through a semester, and thus stay enthused about your college prospects. If you have already gone through the obstacles before, then you may not need to hear this, but if you are still uncomfortable with scheduling classes or you […]
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Seven Cheap Beauty Tips to Ditch the Starving College Student Look

Maintaining a good beauty regimen during your busy college years can be very difficult. College is expensive, exhaustive, and time consuming, especially for those who are working a day job while attending class. While many people prefer spending hours in front of the mirror in order to get beautified, college students often don’t have the […]
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How To Ensure A Successful College Experience

College can be difficult. That is why many college students are stressed and overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are many things you can do in order to ensure that you have a successful college experience. Below is a list of tips that will help you: Go To Class This may seem common sense, but one of the […]
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10 Study Tips to Make This Semester a Success

Getting the energy and motivation to study can be a challenge for any student, whether you consistently get straight A’s, or if your grades could use a little work. Knowing how to study smart is the key to making your sessions more productive and efficient. Use these tips to help make your next study session […]
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Bad Grades in College: 10 Ways to Turn Them Around

Bad grades in college can cause a lot more stress than bad ones in high school. There is more at stake on a number of levels, and the work you’ve done to this point seldom prepares you for the fallout. If you feel like you’re falling behind, the first thing you should (not) do is […]
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Six Student Savings you shouldn’t Miss Your Freshman Year

Saving Tips for Students

Whether you plan on paying for college yourself or applying for financial aid, students can take many different measures to save money. Students can save money on food, transportation, and entertainment by budgeting their money wisely. Discover these tips to learn how you can get the most of your money during your college years. Apply […]
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The Hard Truth About Student Loans

A recent article on Entrepreneur from contributor Brandon Turner has ruffled more than a few feathers for the hard truth he lays out regarding student loans. The piece, entitled “Understand Something About Your Student Loans: They’re 100 Percent Your Fault,” states a reality that far too many students these days don’t wish to admit. Unfortunately, […]
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10 Warnings No One Gives You Before College Graduation

College graduation. It is a time that brings with it a little excitement and a little apprehension. You have the rest of your life ahead of you, so it’s time to take what you’ve learned and put it all together to figure out who you’re going to be for the next 50 or 60 years. […]
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Enhancing Extracirriculars: Five College Classes Worth the Effort

As you attend college, you’re given a wealth of options to choose from for your class electives. There are a few courses that can help to define your college experience, while preparing you for working in the world. There are also certain courses you’ll have to take as part of your degree program and to […]
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