As students start another semester, many new and returning students find themselves looking to explore the social and student organizations that play a vital role in fostering a unique college experience.
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With students returning to campus this month, many first-year students are experiencing life on a college campus for the first time.
Of all the priorities you have for your college experience – gaining the skills that will help you land a fulfilling job after graduation, forging friendships that can last a lifetime, exploring your personal interests – “not going into crushing debt” is probably pretty high on your list.
“University students are broke” is a classic stereotype. But is it just a stereotype?
The end of high school is glorious. But the transition also ushers in two panic seasons –one in the fall when you have to choose the university you want to apply to and in the early spring when you have to make the final decision.
Where you choose to live while in school can have a huge impact on your college experience; the right student living arrangement can make it easier to study, make friends and enjoy this exciting period in your life, while the wrong living set-up can make every aspect of college harder.
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