For the first time since you can remember, you don’t have to go to school. You've graduated from college, and are looking adulthood in the face. Changes are coming. Are you ready? Read these helpful tips on how to transition after college graduation.
You may know successful worship leaders who haven’t gone to college. But for many people who want to serve in worship leader roles, college-level worship leader education is a valuable step in their training. It offers many benefits, both technical and personal. An education at a school of worship may even impact you in ways you don’t expect: what you learn there can humble you.
In the city, you’re a student of more than just books. At the best urban colleges, you’ll learn through almost every encounter and in almost everything you do. Lists of the best urban colleges include many the most renowned schools in the world, like Columbia, Harvard, and Georgetown. They attract students not only because of their prestige, but because of what their urban environments offer: easy access to thriving business communities, cultural opportunities, and the energy of daily life in the city.
Do you feel overwhelmed by college costs? Time helps to put things in perspective. It provides a framework for making good financial decisions. Here’s how to pay for college: think carefully and strategically about your time.
From Anchorage to Minneapolis, North Central University senior Rebekah Otto plans to continue her southward journey. Next stop after graduation is Africa, where she'll be serving with the Peace Corps in Zambia.
You’ve worked hard throughout the year to get to where you are. So end with solid final grades, make all your hard work worth it, and ensure that you’ve retained everything you learned this semester. Here are our tips to finish your semester strong.
Are you called? You want to preach the Gospel. You want to serve, but as a high school senior, it can be hard to know if pastoral ministry is the path you’re called to. A pastoral studies major may be the right next step.
College costs a lot, but there’s another challenge. Funding college takes work. Should you bother sorting through all the grants, scholarships, and other sources of aid out there? Is filling out all those aid applications worth the time and effort? Yes. Christian scholarships can shrink college costs substantially, and it’s certainly worth the effort.
A bachelor of psychology degree is a great place to start if you're pursuing careers in psychology. Learn more about some of the best and most-interesting jobs you can pursue with a psychology major and what it's like to earn your degree in the field. Download our Psychology Major sheet for free!
As you search for your ideal school to attend, you are probably considering factors like academic standards, extracurricular activities offered, dorm room options, and tuition. However, you may not have checked into the college completion rate and college retention rates of schools you're interested in. Statistics are likely available for any school that you are looking at, so you can easily search for things like, "private school retention rates." Not sure why those rates matter? Here's what they mean, and why you should consider them as you choose a school.