Posted on Friday, November 16th, 2012 under Moving, Study Abroad
If you plan to study abroad, packing is just one of the tasks you need to think about.
After all, any study abroad tips you follow need to address ways to continue your social life when you are in another country!
Here are some tried and true study abroad tips that should help reduce your stress as you prepare to travel.
In fact, you should start getting excited about your trip, keeping in mind that every task you check off this list puts you closer to studying abroad in a country that is new to you.
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Posted on Thursday, September 1st, 2011 under Moving, Starting College, Student Life
Whether you are getting ready to head back for your senior year or you are just about to make the transition to college for the first time, maintaining a meaningful relationship with your parents, siblings and friends while away at school may seem like a tall order.
If the thought of juggling two worlds and struggling to maintain important relationships from a distance seems overwhelming to you, fear not!
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Posted on Friday, August 20th, 2010 under Moving, Student Housing
For many college students, the next two weeks are crunch time. No, it’s not finals, but it’s time to pack up and head back to school.
Whether you are thinking about decorating your first dorm room or you’ve escaped the white dorm walls for your own off-campus pad, decorating can break the bank if you’re not careful.
Here are 5 ways to keep the cost of decorating your new digs right-sized.
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Posted on Friday, August 6th, 2010 under Moving, On Campus, Orientation
The first week of college is right around the corner. It also happens to be the time during which you get acquainted with your surroundings, begin classes, and make a lot of first impressions. Pretty busy, huh?
Starting college can be quite a shock to your system — you will finally come head to head with all your expectations and trepidations!
Here’s a list of 8 things to do when you start college that will help keep you afloat and make the transition from high school into college a little smoother.
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Posted on Monday, August 2nd, 2010 under Moving, On Campus
Cars on campus can be both convenient and a pain in the you-know-what.
Which of the two it happens to be for you depends on a lot of things — where your college is located, what the college rules on cars are, and how much money you can afford to spend taking care of it.
Find out the general policy schools have about cars on campus, as well as some tips for those who decide that bringing a car to school is a good idea.
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Posted on Wednesday, February 17th, 2010 under Applying to College, Moving, Off-Campus Housing
Whether you’re an international student or planning on studying locally, it’s important to consider your student housing options.
You can choose to live in college dorms or in an off-campus apartment. Either way, there are plenty of resources that can help you find the right accommodation for you.
Finding comfortable housing is an important part of the college application process. Don’t know how it’s done? Take these steps to find the best option for you.
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