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Focusing Strategies for Online Learning

Mar 27, 2014 No Comments by

We’re in it—the Digital Age. And it’s all too easy to lose focus while studying for your online courses. Here comes another Facebook notification. A 50% off email from your favorite online store. And what a hilarious video! It’s enough to make your eyes blur. Here are some tips for staying fresh and focused on […]

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How to Get an ‘A’ on Your Internship Interview

Dec 05, 2013 No Comments by

With the holidays coming up quickly, you may be thinking about your college winter break. What can you do that might give your resume a boost and help you learn valuable skills? How about a college internship? While some internships are for lengthy periods of time such as over the summer months, you might find […]

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Tips for Jumpstarting a Career as a College Grad

Nov 26, 2013 No Comments by

While college may be the most exciting four years of your life for most students, there is the task of finding employment after graduation. This reality might cause stress and tension because now-a-days it may not be the easiest to jumpstart a career. What are some things you could do to potentially increase the odds […]

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Female College Success

Nov 21, 2013 No Comments

If you are a woman and attending college, you may bring some special attributes to your education. Whether you are a psychology, biology or IT major, you could possess unique traits that foster inspiration and motivation in your studies. It doesn’t matter if you are a college freshman straight out of high school or a […]

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Get Noticed by Your College Professor for the Right Reasons

Nov 05, 2013 No Comments

The semester is still early enough for you to make a positive impression on your college professors. If you are a college freshman or you have returned to school as a nontraditional student after a long absence, there are some tricks you might want to know to get yourself noticed. Here are 6 tips . […]

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How Not to Fail College

Oct 31, 2013 No Comments

Whether you’re a traditional or online student, no one wants to fail college. While there is no magic wand to turn that D paper into an A, there are some tips to get back into a successful, college groove. Here are 4 of them . . .  You’ve got your A, now what? A wise […]

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How to Be a College Leader

Oct 25, 2013 No Comments

Being a leader and attending college may be possible if you are willing to do the work. Many employers value employees with leadership qualities so if you begin now in college you could be helping to jumpstart your career that might improve the world. What are some college leadership tips? Here are 6 tips:  Teamwork. […]

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Gyms: How College Students Can Ward Off the Freshman 15

Oct 22, 2013 No Comments

While there is some debate about whether the freshman 15 is a myth or not, there is evidence to suggest that more college women than men are concerned about weight gain. A recent study published in the journal Appetite reveals that when “women gained weight, their eating attitudes worsened and body dissatisfaction rose”[i]. College men […]

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How to College Rise and Shine

Oct 17, 2013 No Comments

If you are a college student, you may struggle with getting up early to make it to those infamous 8AM lectures. Okay—maybe you find it challenging to log in for your 10AM online class. For nontraditional students who have to send children off to school every morning and get themselves ready for their college classes, […]

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Cell Phones and College Students

Oct 08, 2013 No Comments

If you are a college student, chances are you own a cell phone. In a recent study of college students of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior status, 99% of them said that they had cell phones and 95% of them brought their phones to class everyday[i]. What should you be aware of as a college […]

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