Should You Join a Fraternity or Sorority?

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One of the first things most college and university students realize when they start school is that full-blown adulthood is around the corner. The clock is ticking for when you’ll have to get a real nine-to-five job, and a spouse, and a mortgage, and insurance, and all the other responsibilities of real life. While you definitely want to take...

Give Your Resume a Makeover

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When you’re writing your resume, you worry that it will just be passed over with barely a glance once you turn in your job application. Considering the Career Builder survey that found 23% of hiring managers spend less than 30 seconds looking at a resume, those fears are far from unfounded! We know you’ve heard that your cover letter can...

5 Helpful Tips For College Applications

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Trying to get into college can feel like complete chaos. Where should you apply? When? How do you have the best odds of getting in? All of those questions can feel overwhelming, but the application process can be made a lot more simple with these 5 helpful tips. 1. Mark Deadlines Memory will do you no good when it comes to applying...

The Key To Staying Focused During Online Lectures

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Online lecturing and remote learning have become a reality for students, and for some, this can be a convenient solution to pursuing higher education while maintaining social distancing. However, many students have expressed that taking online classes has caused a lot of difficulty in their education process. Without in-person interactions and transitional periods to help you move from activity...

Degrees for Government Jobs

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You’re ready to make your career move and you realize you need to go back to school to make it happen. Whether you plan to attend college traditionally in on-campus classes, or you intend to earn a degree online, you’re probably hyper-focused on your career goals along with the ins and outs of your academic choices. In a high...

Do This To Get Ahead of Your Classmates

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In a sea of students, it can feel hard to stand out. You want to get a good grade and retain the information that is being taught. But plenty of your peers want the same thing, and so you’re constantly trying to compete with a group of successful students. So how do you get ahead of your classmates and stand...

Are E-Textbooks for You?

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If you’ve been using a tablet or phone to read books, you may be surprised to learn that you’re a bit of a controversial figure. A debate has long raged about the merits of ebooks versus traditional paper books. For all the attention ebooks receive, physical book sales still far exceed digital. While you may think it’s nostalgia that...

How to Get the Raise You Deserve

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Do you want to make more money? Discussing paychecks and salaries is often a workplace no-no. Do you wonder if your co-worker is making more than you? It’s possible. Or maybe everyone at your job makes roughly the same salary, but you feel that your 40 hours of work is worth more than you’re currently being paid. It turns...

3 Apps That Help You Earn Easy Scholarships

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College is expensive. Surveys show that 42% of college attendees are in debt from their time in higher education. With tuition rates constantly inflating, how is it possible to pay for a degree without swimming in student loans? Check out these three apps that help users earn scholarship money in no time! RaiseMe A lot of little things can add up...

How To Balance Your Schedule Like a Pro

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If you’re currently pursuing a degree, you know how hard it is to have so many responsibilities to balance. Even forgetting one small thing could cost you your grade. So how do you successfully keep up with the fast pace of being a student?  All it takes is a little bit of planning and a well-organized schedule.  Get a Planner Writing down...