Ready or not, the school year will be starting before you know it. Not sure how to start your college courses well? Check out these tips for how you can create a time management plan, set goals, and more. Start your semester strong and download our free tip sheet.
While ideally you would love the first college you attend and graduate with a degree that will launch you into your dream career, sometimes it is worth evaluating the possibility of transferring to another college or university.
One of the best ways to ensure your success in college is to have excellent time management skills. Your college years will be busy--full of schoolwork, attending classes, going to events, and any participating in extracurricular activities. It is important to know your schedule and have a great understanding of your daily and weekly schedule in order to stay on top of assignments and tests, and be able to plan for fun activities as well.
Making a girl’s dorm room feel like a home away from home isn’t as hard as you may think. While space might be limited, there are simple tips and tricks for dorm room organization to help your room feel like a fun, cozy place to unwind and relax at the end of a stressful day.
Standards and accountability for dorm room organization vary, and in some dorm rooms, last night’s pizza boxes might still be laying open on the couch. Just speaking to the men for a minute, a bit of organization in your dorm room can go a long way. Whether you tend toward a messy room or a neat one, there are several dorm necessities that can improve both your experience and your dorm room organization.
Reading is a skill that's not only essential for school, but also beneficial to cultivate for your whole life. Whether you're looking for the best books for college freshman or for motivational books for college students, we have the reading tips and the book recommendations for you.
Summer can be one of the best times to develop habits. Whether you are working an internship, a full-time job, or a part-time job, your schedule probably looks a bit different than during the school year. How can you best capitalize on a potentially less-busy schedule? Are there books you’ve been wanting to read? Consider reading some Christian books for college students. Do you hope to work out more during the summer, or save up money for a new car or other big purchase? Adopt a fitness routine or spend time learning budget tips to help you save.
One fulfilling way to spend some of your time in the summer is by getting involved in ministry. Being enrolled in a Christian university makes it very easy to stay involved in ministry opportunities during the school year but if you feel called to serve the Kingdom over the summer, connecting with a ministry can help you do that.
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.