Four Quick and Easy Recipes All College Students Should Make

Do you find yourself grubbing on food that has no nutritional value? As college students, we tend to leave healthy eating on the back burner. Get it, burner? But, we can’t survive our entire college careers on ramen noodles and hot pockets—although you might want to! It may be hard to cook a healthy meal every day, but there are quick, easy and healthy meals you can make without breaking the bank.

Learn how to make these empanadas and other recipes here!

Learn how to make these empanadas and other recipes here!

If you have access to a stove and a little bit of thyme—last pun, I promise!—you’ll be in business with these four recipes: Read more

Feature Friday: Future Doctor, Motivated and Mindful Student Ambassador

Neha is a self-proclaimed math geek—and proud of it! Growing up the daughter of an engineer, she’s lived in Tennessee, Oregon, Washington and California, but made her way to Arizona, which is where she’s remained to pursue a degree in Kinesiology.

Get to know our student ambassador Neha!

Get to know our student ambassador Neha!

Currently, Neha is a Freshman, attending Arizona State University (Downtown Phoenix) and calls herself a “big math geek” who loves to figure out how stuff works. Ultimately she plans to become a Doctor of Osteopathy. Read more

Feature Friday: Commuter Student—Future Teacher

Meet Shaloun: A commuter student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and an English education major! Originally from St. Louis, MO, Shaloun and her family moved to Wisconsin when she was five years old. A go-getter, Shaloun has already had an opportunity to teach young students during an internship where she helped young learners create art.

She says she isn’t an artist but does love DIY projects: be it cooking food or home décor. Get to know our Student Ambassador Shaloun a little better below: Read more

4 Must-Need Tips as you Prepare for the GRE

Taking the GRE and applying to graduate school can be daunting. With the right tools and preparation, you can ace the GRE and complete your graduate school applications!

One tip as you prepare for the GRE? Get organized!

One tip as you prepare for the GRE? Get organized!

If you’re nervous and have no idea where to start, these tips will help prepare you: Read more

Feature Friday: A Cengage Ambassador Interview from 36,000 Feet

A freshman at Santa Monica College majoring in Sociology, Francisco is one of our newest Cengage Student Ambassadors.

As we traveled back to California from the Phi Theta Kappa Catalyst annual convention in Nashville (the second half of his first experience flying, FYI), we talked about his college experience and his work as a Cengage Student Ambassador. Read more

Your Ultimate Midterms Checklist

There’s so much information out there on how to prepare for college midterms. How do you know what you’ll need or what will work? Save yourself some time and check out my list of important tips and tricks—all packed into one checklist for you.

Use this one to two weeks before your midterms for guaranteed success! Read more

5 Budget-Friendly, Healthy Snack Ideas for College Students

It’s that time of year again for college students. No free time, poor sleeping habits and being broke are all back after a refreshing summer. With all of this craziness, you need energy-filled food to keep you going. This is where the power of the snack comes in. Whether you’re in class or on the go, you can use these 5 snack ideas to keep you moving.

Before you do any of this, make sure to pack snacks ahead of time—you’re more likely to take a snack when you’re in a hurry if it’s already pre-packed. Put refrigerated items in a small snack basket for quick and easy use. Read more

Activate MindTap and Get Extra Writing Help From an Online Personal Tutor!

Writing effectively is an art. Taylor Swift has written entire albums, and she still has her share of critics!

But you’re not writing for millions of fans, and your friends at Cengage want you to nail your next essay. Read more

The Student Pulse Podcast: How College Courses Will Look in 5… 10… 25 Years!

Join Brandon and Natalie—two college students—as they discuss and interview students around the country on how college courses will look in the future.

Tune in to The Student Pulse podcast—we suggest you bookmark it, or better yet, subscribe now 🙂 Read more

The Student Pulse Podcast: Technology Takes Over Education

Join Brandon and Natalie—two college students—as they discuss and interview students around the country on all things “college”.

Tune in to The Student Pulse podcast—we suggest you bookmark it now 🙂 Read more