Niche Resources
Traditions You’ll Only Find at an HBCU

Who said college traditions have to be boring? No one at an HBCU. These colleges and universities have some of the most vibrant and community-oriented traditions and programs for an unparalleled campus experience.

5 Advantages of Going to College in the Suburbs

Suburban colleges fall somewhere in between city life and rural life. Although you may find them in small cities or in larger towns, most suburban colleges are located in small towns near a bigger city. For this reason, suburban colleges can provide the best of both worlds.

5 Advantages of Going to College in a Rural Area

Rural colleges are located in the countryside, away from major cities. Rural areas typically have low population densities and are found near small towns or farming communities. Nature lovers, students interested in careers in the outdoors, or those who prefer small and familiar groups of people may enjoy life at a rural college.

5 Advantages of Going to College in the City

A big city college, or urban college, places you in the hustle and bustle of city life. Some urban colleges have buildings spread throughout the city, making the city feel like part of your college campus. Others are more contained. Either way, you’ll live and learn in close proximity to a major city.