Coming into a new school as a transfer student can be overwhelming. It’s easy to be lost in the crowd after orientation, especially if you go to a big school.
Transferring schools is like tackling a beast. From essays, sending transcripts, recommendations, and college reports, it can be an overwhelming process depending on how many schools you are applying to.
There are fears both common among all students and specific to some that we all have coming into college. I will be sharing five personal fears I had coming to college and how I overcame them.
Whether it is for your mental health, a medical reason, or you’re just looking to take a break from school, it’s important to keep your mind and brain occupied. Here are some things to do if you are currently in or considering a leave of absence.
However, choosing the perfect study abroad program can be stressful. This blog is here to help you figure out how to find the right study abroad program for you.
I’m happy to say that I have learned more from those three years of community college than all my years of high school.
This semester, I took a chance of changing the latter part of my double major from Professional Writing to Economics. Here are some reasons I decided to make this switch.
Is enrolling in an honors college right for you? Here the pros and cons for Niche ambassador Nicholas Enoch.
Interested in majoring in international relations? Here are four must-know tips from a IR student.