Hey, you’re a college student who’s stressed—you’re definitely not alone! Need some ideas to help you get through those tough moments?
Check out this list of five ideas that might just relieve the college stress you’re feeling! Read more
Setting goals is one of the easiest things you can do today. You might choose to start a new diet, learn a new language, do some organizing, or go to the gym. Just saying you want to do something is never enough. It takes action to achieve goals.
I had a problem with acting on my goals until I learned about SMART goals. They help you achieve your goals no matter how small or big they are! Read more
I worked on a sailing vessel the summer after graduating high school. After sailing around Lake Michigan that summer, I packed up my things and set out on a road trip to my ﬁrst year of college in Alaska. My two friends and I lived on campus, and I was set with the money I had saved from my job. Life was good—the last thing I was worried about was becoming a victim of a bank scam.
My sophomore year, I rented a small place off campus with a few friends. I learned about my bank’s college credit card for students to start building credit, so I applied for the card. Read more
The rumors are true—Cengage has a podcast! Hosted by two college students—Brandon and Natalie—they discuss and interview students around the country on all things “college”.
Starting a new adventure at any point in life can be daunting, especially in college. When I first applied for my research position in an EEG lab (Electroencephalogram lab measuring brain activity), I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into as this was all new territory for a second-year neuroscience student.
However, once I finally got my first job in the lab, I found student research can be so much more in depth than I previously thought. Read more
A cover letter can make or break your job application. It allows you to portray your communication skills and personality more effectively than a resume, and it’s the prime medium to stand out from other applicants.
Not everyone is the most skilled writer, but knowing what to include in your cover letter will make the process less painful. Read more
When I was in high school, I thought the hardest choice I’d make in college was figuring out my major. People only seemed to ask if I had picked one yet.
Although picking a major is a daunting decision to make, there are other important choices that will come later in college. Read more
College is a place to learn. You can look at almost every major your college provides and get a ballpark understanding of the things you will learn in each major. Often, as was the case for me, you learn the most from the situations you experience in college. I’m a student athlete, and I believe my experiences with training and competing have taught me just as much as my college classes have.
Here are ten things I learned from being a student athlete: Read more
The path to graduating with a degree is a long one requiring hard work and dedication, long hours of studying and collaborative support. Going through college with a strong support network makes the necessary studying and dedication hours much easier. Support can come from friends, family and co-workers, but one of the biggest resources for support through college is your professors.
This resource is often overlooked by students as asking for extra help from a professor can be intimidating. However, creating a rapport with a professor and asking for help is far easier than most students realize. Read more