Joanna Nesbit

Joanna Nesbit is a freelance journalist and content marketer who writes about parenting, college, personal finance, lifestyle, and travel.

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Financial Tips for Disadvantaged International Students

University can be expensive for international students in the US. Here's how economically disadvantaged students can pay for their education.read more

How the Coronavirus May Change Your College Planning

While the college search process may be a little different this year with the pandemic, with this advice, you can plan successfully and find the right school.read more

How the Coronavirus May Change the Transfer Process

Being a transfer already adds a new level to the college admission process--and now students have to navigate that during a pandemic. Here's some advice to help!read more

College Search Advice for Undocumented Students

Exploring colleges and starting the admission process can be scary for undocumented students, but with the right advice, it doesn't have to be!read more

Understanding Learning Differences and What Services Colleges Offer

For parents of children with learning disabilities, here's what you should know about services colleges provide and what your student needs for individual support.read more

6 Important Ways to Get Involved on Campus

College is about more than just good grades and getting a degree. To make the most of your experience, get out of your dorm room and get involved in some of these on- and off-campus opportunities! read more

4 Benefits of a College Job, Plus Tips for Finding One

Finding time for a part-time job in college can be difficult, but there are more benefits to it than just some extra money in your pocket. Check out the top benefits, and while you're here we'll give you tips to help you find one too!read more

How to Make the Most of an Undergraduate Business Degree

One of the most popular degree paths right now is Business. But how can you optimize your Business degree after graduation? Read on to find out!read more

What to Do About "Transfer Shock"

Transferring to a new college is a big step with a lot of changes. Even if you think you're ready for those changes, you might still suffer from "transfer shock." Here's how to adjust to your new situation!read more

Foreign Universities vs. US Colleges: What You Need to Know

Interested in pursuing a degree overseas? Here's what you need to know to start your international university search, plus factors that may differ from US colleges. read more