Paths diverge

Once you get to college, sometimes you discover that your dream job isn't actually your dream job. If that happens, what do you need to know before changing your major? [READ FULL POST]

A professor and her student stand with equipment in a biology lab.

Here are some tips on how to build relationships with the people who are going to spend four years prepping you for your career. [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]

Study hard

Time management is likely to be one of your biggest challenges as you transition from the structure of high school to the freedom of college. Here are some tips for making your time work for you. [READ FULL POST]

Choosing your major

In high school, there isn’t much room to choose your own classes, so when you get to college the freedom can be overwhelming. How do you know what classes to take or what major to pursue? [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]