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Learning how to research -- and vet your sources properly -- is especially important in college. High quality information is out there, but in the cloudy digital landscape, telling fact from fiction can be its own struggle. [READ FULL POST]

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When people say, “research”, what do they mean? A quick search on the internet, usually. But in college, research takes on a whole new meaning. [READ FULL POST]

A woman rests her head against a chalkboard. She has been defeated by test anxiety.

More than just butterflies in your stomach? Read on to find out how you can help tame your college test anxiety. [READ FULL POST]

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Ever thought about working and attending college at the same time? It’s so common that you might start hearing about something called work study, and you may qualify for it. But what the heck is it? [READ FULL POST]

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]

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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]