Student Resources

Starting College at 25: Tips for Success

Going to college can be an intimidating experience, regardless of age. However, starting college at 25 or older can feel a lot different than starting as an 18 year old. It’s normal to feel this way, but don’t discourage yourself. No age is “too late” to go to college. Additionally, there are plenty of reasons […]

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How to Stop Procrastinating as a College Student

Let’s face it–we’ve all procrastinated at some point or another. Whether it’s completing a simple task or writing a lengthy essay, most of us procrastinate. It’s a very common bad habit among college students. You have deadlines, homework, and assignments to complete. But it’s so much easier to just say “I’ll do it tomorrow”.  Procrastination […]

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How to Find Motivation to Study from Home

When you’re sitting at home with everyday household distractions fighting for your attention, it can be hard to find motivation to just sit down and study. Let’s face it–there’s so many things you’d rather be doing than studying. You know it’s important to study, but you just can’t seem to find the motivation to start.  […]

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What is an Associate Degree?

When you think about college degrees, you probably think of bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Even though about 1.2 million people in the United States have associate degrees, the option of getting one may not automatically come to mind. Here’s your go-to guide for everything you need to know about associate degrees.  What is an associate […]

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7 Jobs You Can Get with a Business Degree

According to Forbes, business is the most popular college major, and therefore, the most common college degree. It’s estimated that nearly 1 in 5 degrees obtained are business-related. Because it is such a common field, getting a business degree qualifies you for a variety of different career opportunities.  What do business students study? When you […]

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