Road leading from the countryside into a big city

As you search for a university, remember that you're not just looking for a place to learn. You're looking for a place to live (and maybe even call home) for the next four years. Ask yourself these questions as you evaluate your options. [READ FULL POST]

Grants and loans awarded after filling out your FAFSA are an important part of funding college. Make sure you fill out this crucial application to help maximize your chances of getting a good financial aid package. [READ FULL POST]

Studying in library.

In this second of a two-part series, a college student shares tips for managing your time, study habits, relationships and activities as a student with ADHD. [READ FULL POST]

Focus.

In this first of a two-part series, a college student shares tips for advocating for yourself and succeeding in the classroom as a student with ADHD. [READ FULL POST]

Students having class on the green

College is a time to challenge yourself. One way to do that? Apply for an honors program. These programs look different at different institutions, but wherever you go, honors should push you to grow. [READ FULL POST]

Students having fun at event

College has enough opportunities and extracurricular activities to fill every hour of your day...and then some. Here are some tips for making the most of your college years without overcommitting yourself. [READ FULL POST]

Bear and a tent

You might spend 14 hours a day in your residence hall, studying and hanging out. Or you might only show up to sleep. Either way, here are some tips for making this space your own. [READ FULL POST]