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It might feel like you're breaking the bank just to go to college, let alone to get the supplies you'll need once you're there. This college student shares tips on saving money and prioritizing your purchases. [READ FULL POST]

Duck trying to swim

Everyone fails sometimes. But how do you handle those moments? A college freshman opens up about what she learned from failure as she juggled school, work and illness. [READ FULL POST]

On a student's mind

When you're in high school, you're probably thinking about your grades, social life, extracurriculars, family and future plans. So what will occupy your mind when you get to college? [READ FULL POST]

Standardized tests to the max!

Does your career path include a graduate degree? If so, here's the scoop on the standardized tests that might be in your future. Get in the know, and be prepared! [READ FULL POST]

US Capitol

A junior describes her experience learning to care about politics during college and encourages others to get involved, too. [READ FULL POST]

Empty fridge

College costs can be crippling, sometimes leaving students hungry or without proper nutrition. Learn what colleges around the country are doing to help — and how you can get food support, if and when you need it. [READ FULL POST]

Reading in a hammock

Like it or not, college tends to require quite a bit more reading than high school. If you're the type who likes to keep up with culture, how do you fit that non-school reading into a busy schedule? Here are some pro tips. [READ FULL POST]