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It’s not easy to choose a college, especially when you have to consider the tuition costs. With people looking for alternative ways to afford college, many students have started attending community college with the intent of transferring to a university. However, like with any decision, there are pros and cons to attending a community college...
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Has a full schedule kept you from taking on a full-time semester load in school? Many times, juggling a full-time job with family and going to school will leave you overwhelmed. If this sounds like you, maybe being a part-time student can benefit you. Read on to learn about what being a part-time college student...
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It can be really hard to study only one subject for four years. Although it’s a subject you’re really passionate about, there might be other subjects you’re passionate about too. Thankfully, college offers students the chance to double major! While this may sound like a great idea, there are several things to consider when taking...
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College admissions are competitive. After all, if it was easy to get into college, everyone would have a degree from an Ivy League school. Still, being rejected from your dream school hurts. It’s fine to feel bad and mope around for a bit, but remember that you are smart and talented. Here are some tips...
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There is a lot of negative stigma surrounding liberal arts degrees. Often, a liberal arts degree is not considered a degree that will help you get a job. Well, this post is here to tell you that’s wrong and a common misconception. A liberal arts degree might not prepare a student for a specific career,...
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If you’re reading this, give yourself a pat on the back because it means you’ve completed your first semester of college! The good news is that your second semester of college is always better than your first semester and here’s why: You’re used to the campus layout– You know how long you can sleep in...
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