by Annie Sourbis
Grades are important in college, but they aren't everything. Nevertheless, there are some GPA guidelines to consider.
The pros and cons of taking time off from your education post high school.
Advice on selecting a college major and pursuing a career you'll love.
How to venture beyond campus and discover what your college town has to offer.
by Stephen Icaza
Recent Hunter College alumnus, Stephen Icaza, describes the challenges he faced transferring to Hunter from Guttman Community College.
Your senior year in college! A moment many college students wait eagerly to reach. Graduating college brings on a big sigh of relief and accomplishment. It can also bring on, another bout of anxiety, nerves and jitters. After graduating college, what are you expected to do? Get a job? Go back to school? Travel the world? Chill? Figuring out what to do next, isn't the easiest thing in the world to do and thankfully Kadacia Cooper brings us along her journey and offers some options, like a Gap Year. Read on to find out more.
NYC College Line intern, Jonathan Ornis, lays down some very useful advice for rising college freshman on how to win some of the challenges you might be faced with your first year and first semester in college. Sometimes, it's best to hear advice from someone who's lived through it.
What's it like to be a college student? Kristen Mulvena, a rising senior at SUNY Binghamton does a pretty great job at giving a play-by-play of her day (rhyme intended) as a college student. Sun up to sun down , he day is filled with classes and studying, but she also gives us a peek into how she weaves in life with studying with friends and getting things done throughout the day. Great information for high school students to get a first hand glimpse of a typical day of college life.
- Pay For College
- Use Your Summer
- Succeed in College