Students do homework and socialize in comfy chairs around a circular table

If you plan to live in a residence hall, you may be thinking about whether you and your roommate will get along or have similar interests or experiences. If you are a part of the LGBTQ+ community, moving into a residence hall can bring all of these questions and more. Here are a few ways universities are working to give you the best possible experience on campus. [READ FULL POST]

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RaiseMe? EasyBib? These are the mobile apps you definitely want to download if you're a student searching for colleges or already attending one. [READ FULL POST]

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]

Taking a tour to decide on a college

Are you in the process of choosing a college? About to start searching and wondering what you should be looking for? Check out this roundup of the factors that are most important to your peers. [READ FULL POST]

Stepping toward your future. Cliched, we know.

With thousands of institutions to choose from, picking the right college isn't always easy. Here are six questions that will help you choose the right school for you. [READ FULL POST]


In case you don't want to make a clichéd "I'll go to the gym" resolution, here are a few ideas — especially for you college-bound high school students. [READ FULL POST]

Things to catch up on during winter break: College visits. College applications. Financial aid forms. Sleep. [READ FULL POST]