The most basic and obvious academic tip for college students is go to class! Believe it or not, missing class creates more work than simply going.
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To prepare students for success, many colleges and universities host a fall welcome week schedule. Current college students share college welcome week advice for new students!
Crave the growing excitement that comes with learning a new topic in class? Members of Bluffton University’s MBA faculty share their favorite books on leadership and why they top their list.
From intramural athletics to professional clubs, five current students from Bluffton University shared about the student organizations answer the question: Why join student organizations in college?
From determining how you will afford the added expense to learning new technology, here are a few tips for overcoming challenges as an adult student.
Plan early in your college career to make sure your resume moves to the top of the stack following graduation. Here are ten resources for how to find internships and gain valuable experience in your chosen profession.
Whether you’re considering an on-campus, online, virtual or accelerated program, here are a few things to keep in mind when you are choosing a college as an adult student.
Going to college and living and learning in a new place (whether near or far) is an adjustment. Here is some advice from current college students!
If you’ve considered going back to college, you may have come across the term nontraditional student. What does that mean? What is a nontraditional student?