Deciding to attend an out-of-state state college or university is a big commitment for anyone, especially high school seniors who have practically spent their entire lives in the same town.
When it comes to living independently for the first time at college, finding and having access to meals is an important part of the college experience (and survival).
There are so many items that students can save on, but there are some that are worth splurging for. Here are some essentials that Niche ambassador Abby thinks everyone should invest in.
Making the decision to take a gap year was nerve-wracking. I felt a range of fears and insecurities, including fearing what others would think, worrying I was getting “behind,” or nervous I was wasting my time.
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.
Cold-emailing can be intimidating, but it’s an important part of the job search process!
Have you ever thought about taking summer or winter classes? Sure…the thought of having more schoolwork during your vacation may be enough to make you cringe (or cry), but there are many hidden benefits to doing so!
As we approach the end of the spring semester, many of us are finding ourselves having a more difficult time focusing on schoolwork. The weather is warming, flowers are blooming, and many of our classes are drawing to a close.
Now that you’ve received your acceptances it’s time to make your college decision. Not sure what to do? Follow this advice from Niche ambassador Norah.