Tag: college students

Budgeting Basics and Spreadsheet for College Students

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Freelance Writer

As a college student, you may not be earning a lot of money. But the best way to hang on to the money you do have is through budgeting. This is how you do it. read more

Why Every College Student Should Attend Office Hours

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Clemson University

Going to your professors' office hours won't hurt you in any way; it can only benefit you. Here's how. read more

10 Fiction Picks for College Bookworms

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Student, Pennsylvania State University

Top fiction choices for college students who want to relax with a good book or just read something without having to analyze it. (No pop quiz will be given.) read more

Disney College Program: Everything You Need to Know

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Strayer University

One student gives the inside scoop on applying for and interning with the popular Disney College Program. Learn all about it here! read more

When Is It Appropriate to Splurge as a College Student?

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Student budgets are tight, so it's not usually smart to make frivolous purchases in college. Our expert explains when it's worth it to spend your money here! read more

10 Signs the End of School Is Turning You Into a Zombie

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Former Writer and Senior Editor, CollegeXpress

May is Zombie Awareness Month, and the end of the school year may have you feeling like the undead. Here are 10 scary signs to watch out for! read more

Defying Gender Stereotypes With Nontraditional Majors

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Author and College Admission Expert, Valley Prep Tutoring Services

Even today, there are jobs that are often stereotyped by gender. But you can break the norm and pursue whatever career path you dream of. Here's what to know. read more

12 Types of People You'll Find on Campus: Disney Edition

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Do morning classes have you feeling like Sleeping Beauty? See what your favorite Disney characters would look like in college, according to one clever artist! read more

Labs at the Edge of the Final Frontier

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Associate Director of Marketing and Recruitment, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach

"All the world's a lab to the inquiring mind." read more

Research on Risky Behaviors by First-Semester College Students

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Research from Susquehanna University and SADD suggests that dialogue between parents and their first-year college students may be more important than ever. read more