Articles about College Life

This section includes articles to help students make an easy transition from high school to college. The articles about college life provide tips on adjusting to college, including making new friends, dealing with stress, living with a roommate and dating on a budget. There are also classroom tips on taking notes and creating the perfect class schedule.

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  • Tips for College Note Taking

    Jun 08, 2011 – While you might have been able to slide by without taking notes in high school, learning to take good notes is essential for most college students. Taking poor notes, or not taking notes at all, can have a detrimental effect on your grades. Read on to learn some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your classes and readings.

  • Dealing with Stress During College

    May 25, 2011 – Whether you're facing final exams, managing a long distance relationship or just struggling to stay on top of a pile of homework, college can be a stressful time. Don't succumb to anxiety - follow these simple tips for dealing with stress during college.

  • Time Management Tips for College Students

    Jul 09, 2010 – All college students suffer distractions, whether from extracurricular activities, surfing the Internet, meeting new people or working a job. This article provides resources that can help students better manage their time.

  • Dating on a College Budget

    Aug 15, 2007 – Dating and the college budget--two things that generally don't go together in the same sentence. But it doesn't have to be that way. With a little finesse, you can pull off a great date on a tight budget.

  • Tips for Adjusting to Your New College Life

    Aug 15, 2007 – When you head off to college, you'll be making a lot of changes in your life that you might not have expected. Try some of the tips below to adjust to your new life and avoid becoming discouraged or overwhelmed.

  • How to Develop Lifelong Friendships While in College

    Aug 15, 2007 – Developing lifelong friendships may be one of the most rewarding aspects of college life. This article has a few suggestions how to develop these types of friendships.

  • College and Drinking

    Aug 15, 2007 – Problems with drinking vary from student to student as well as from campus to campus. This article provides college drinking statistics and information about how to drink responsibly.

  • Studying 101: Guide to Studying in College

    Aug 15, 2007 – Whether you like to study or not, studying is a necessary part of college life. In fact, studying will probably dominate a significant part of your time. Before you hit the books, check out this guide to studying in college.

  • Tips for Saving Money on College Textbooks

    Aug 15, 2007 – Textbooks are expensive and often not needed for more than a semester. A variety of options are available if you don't want to buy new textbooks each semester. Keep reading to find out how to save money on college textbooks.

  • Tips for Confronting Your College Professor

    Aug 15, 2007 – Not happy with your grade? Want to confront your professor? You better have a game plan. According to a recent survey, most professors do not take kindly to being pestered about their grading system.

  • Tips for Living with a College Roommate

    Aug 15, 2007 – Roommates are a common part of the college experience, but that doesn't mean that living with another student is easy. Take a look at some of the tips below to help you learn how to live with a roommate.

  • Advice for Creating Your College Class Schedule

    Aug 15, 2007 – Scheduling your college classes can be a dizzying experience. Some schools offer thousands of class options, which is wonderful, but having so many choices can make it very difficult to figure out what you should take and when you should take it. Before you waste any time (not to mention tuition money), check out these tips on creating a college class schedule.

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  • Tips for College Note Taking

    Jun 08, 2011 – While you might have been able to slide by without taking notes in high school, learning to take good notes is essential for most college students. Taking poor notes, or not taking notes at all, can have a detrimental effect on your grades. Read on to learn some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your classes and readings.

May 2011 ( View 1 Articles )
  • Dealing with Stress During College

    May 25, 2011 – Whether you're facing final exams, managing a long distance relationship or just struggling to stay on top of a pile of homework, college can be a stressful time. Don't succumb to anxiety - follow these simple tips for dealing with stress during college.

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  • Time Management Tips for College Students

    Jul 09, 2010 – All college students suffer distractions, whether from extracurricular activities, surfing the Internet, meeting new people or working a job. This article provides resources that can help students better manage their time.

August 2007 ( View 1 Articles )
  • Dating on a College Budget

    Aug 15, 2007 – Dating and the college budget--two things that generally don't go together in the same sentence. But it doesn't have to be that way. With a little finesse, you can pull off a great date on a tight budget.

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