5 Reasons to Participate in Study Abroad or a Foreign Exchange

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Have you ever wanted to use a semester to travel to another country? A study abroad or foreign exchange program can lead to many opportunities that you can’t experience otherwise. You’ll come back home with a renewed world view and skillset, as well as unforgettable memories to share with your family and friends.

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How to Make the Best of College During a Pandemic

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If you’re reading this, you’ve undoubtedly had your college education shaken up by the recent pandemic. You’ve probably had to switch to online classes. You may have lost a job or internship that you were counting on. If you’re in research, it’s probably been put on hold. So how can you turn this situation around? Consider the following.

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For the Introverts—How to Make Friends in College When You’re Shy

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Making the most out of your college experience can be challenging if you are an introvert. It can be difficult to put yourself out there and jump into new social situations. However, you will be doing yourself a disservice if you do not make the effort to connect with others in your campus community.

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How to Plan a Post-Graduation Road Trip

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Graduating from university is a rite of passage that deserves to be celebrated in a big way. Taking a road trip through the gorgeous scenery of Canada is the perfect way to celebrate this big achievement with the people who mean the most to you.

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Why Smart Record-Keeping Is Key to a College Student's Financial Success

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College is about more than learning and academics. It’s also about preparing you for a lifetime of real-world success. This means that it is absolutely critical that college students begin to prepare themselves for living independently, and one of the ways that they can do this is by preparing themselves to become financially independent.

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Tips for Students Renting Off-Campus

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Dorm life isn’t for everybody. Maybe like Virginia Woolf, you’re craving a room to call your own so you can engage in your artistic pursuits free from interruption. Perhaps you’re a non-traditional student, or you have a family, and you feel out of place in typical campus culture.

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