Online Class Registration Tips

If you’re a returning college student, or someone enrolled in university or college courses for the first time, online class registration can seem a little scary. The good news is that, with a little preparation, you should be able to navigate online registration easily and quickly. You may find there is some competition for classes just like you would...

6 Apps that Save You Money

Everybody needs to save some cash sometimes. Maybe you lost your job, or had to take a pay cut, or had an unexpected bill and need to find some extra money. Whatever sends you into watching-every-penny mode, it’s good to start implementing some money-saving ideas as quickly as you can. Sure, you’ll do the traditional things like cut down...

How to Juggle Your Side Gigs

Side gigs have become a staple of the U.S. economy. With federal minimum wage unchanged since 2009 at $7.25 per hour, it’s not surprising that people need a second income to keep a roof overhead and food on the table. In fact, three out of every ten workers say they have a side gig to make ends meet. With this...

Time to Switch Majors?

When you enroll in a bachelor’s degree program, one of the first things you think about it which major you will choose — even if you haven’t actually declared one yet. Particularly if you’re in a liberal arts college, it’s always great advice to worry about your pre-requisite classes first and to see if any of them spark an...

Meditate Your Way to Better Grades?

You’ve probably heard people talk about wellness breaks and meditation, but you may not have realized that incorporating meditation into your life might help you become a better student. Meditation is known to offer a host of benefits. It can help lower blood pressure, maintain sobriety, and improve your sleep habits. Beyond the physical, mediation can help with everything...

How to Hack College Pre-Reqs

Everybody and their brother has advice to new college students about how best to maximize their college experience. And in few areas does that advice feature more prominently than in regard to college pre-requisite courses. You will hear loads of advice about challenging courses, taking advanced placement (AP) classes in high school, internships for credit and so much more....

When To Start Thinking About Grad School

We know, we know you’re still working on your college degree (which everyone told you would make your life so much better) and now we’re telling you to start thinking about graduate school. You should start thinking about it, though! In fact, it doesn’t hurt to consider what grad school paths would be open to you before you choose...

3 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

There’s a lot of great advice floating around about how to find good job postings, how to deal with job interviews, and how to negotiate your starting salary. However, none of it means anything if your resume isn’t up to snuff. If your resume ends up molding away in a hiring manager’s slush pile—even a digital slush pile—you’re not...

Try these 4 Apps to Increase Productivity

If you’re one of the 68% of workers who feel overloaded in their job, then you’re probably always looking for ways to increase your productivity. Not just to get the most out of your company time, but to make sure that your work life doesn’t spill over into your home life. Staying at peak productivity means not only managing your...

Are Internships Overrated?

For some careers, on the job training is a must. Some degrees require it as well. You need to student teach for your education degree and you have to do internships or rotations for most healthcare related degrees. But what about all those in-between careers where you don’t need an internship to graduate? How do you figure out how...