Tag: campus life

11 Ways to Make the Most of Your College Visits

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College visits are a great way to get to know a school and show demonstrated interest! Here are 11 tips for maximizing your campus visit experience. read more

11 Unexpected College Costs

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Freelance Writer

If you thought college was expensive before, just wait until you see some of these unexpected costs. read more

Your 2018 College Bucket List

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Student, Occidental College

Here are 10 things every college student should do this year that are sure to create lasting memories. read more

6 Tips for Bringing Your Car to College

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Managing Director and Chief Product Officer, Esurance

Bringing a car to campus? Here are some tips to make sure you do it right. read more

How to Have Difficult Conversations With Your Roommate

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Wellness Writer

If you're worried about your roommate, these tips can help you approach the subject and start a difficult but necessary conversation. read more

How to Have the Ultimate College Friendsgiving

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

Tips for throwing the ultimate college Friendsgiving party, whether you live on or off campus! read more

Spreading My Wings, Trying New Things, and Overcoming FOMO on Campus

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

When you find your niche on campus, it can be hard to leave it behind. But going off campus and out of your comfort zone can lead to amazing learning experiences. read more

Q&A With Emily: Making Friends at College

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Question: How easy is it to make friends at college? read more

7 Perks of Attending a Small College or University

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Size is an important factor when choosing your future college or university. Here are seven perks of attending a smaller school. read more

Locked and Loaded: Guns on Campus and How College Life Is Changing

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More and more states are putting the Campus Carry law into effect, allowing concealed weapons on public college campuses. Here's what students, parents, professors, and others think about the controversial bill. read more