Sara Karnish

Sara Karnish is a freelance writer based in Pennsylvania. 


Spotlight on 4 AAPI Professionals in Higher Education

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we're shining a spotlight on some amazing AAPI educators working in higher education today. read more

Strong Women Leading the Higher Education Industry

To celebrate Women's History Month, we're sharing the inspiring stories of four women in higher education leadership who are making an impact in the field today. read more

What to Know About Hispanic-Serving Institutions

Hispanic-Serving Institutions are dedicated to supporting and celebrating Hispanic students. Here's what you should know about these incredible schools. read more

Service Learning and the College Search

If you want to get involved with service learning, community outreach, and helping others in college, here's what to look for as you search for more

How to Get the Most Financial Aid Possible

Financial aid helps ease the burden of college costs for many students. Make sure you're getting the most out of your aid opportunities with this more

Why and How to Seek Out Different Political Perspectives in College

One of the best parts of college is being surrounded by diversity: in religion, culture--even thought. Here are some ways to engage with political diversity on more

How to Save Money for College as a High School Student

College is expensive, period. So how can you start saving up in high school to pay for college and everything that goes with it? Read on to find more

Financial Aid for Graduate School: What's Different This Time Around?

Financial aid isn't just for undergrads, but it's a little different for grad students. Here's what you should know about applying for financial aid in graduate more

Community Service Can Help Your Application Stand Out

You want your application to stand out from the others. Community service is one way to set yourself apart from the more

How to Ask for and Get Help in College

It can be tough to know where to go if you feel in over your head as an undergrad. Here's a guide to finding help in college, from academic to more