We've seen a lot of anxious parents over the decades. Take a deep breath -- it will be okay, we're going to take good care of them -- and read these top five tips.
Looking over my high school experience that culminated in being named salutatorian, there's a couple of things I've come to realize that could've totally changed my entire four years.
Don't let cramped quarters keep you from showing your true style. Bet your new roomie will also be grateful.
We asked real college kids which items are necessary -- and so often forgotten -- when heading to campus.
It's tempting to spend most of your time hanging out with friends and family. But if you use the next three months wisely, they can make a big difference in getting your undergraduate career off to a strong start.
Truth be told, there are some college students who refuse to accept life outside of campus. I have compiled a list of pros and cons with regards to staying on a college campus over the summer based on the opinions of college students from both sides.
In college and throughout my early twenties, my friends and peers would often regale me with stories of things I had done during blackouts. No one seemed to find it strange that I would forget so much, and so often.
Your son may be sitting in a classroom with one of those professors, and he's got to navigate the class, the assignments, the professor on his own. I am one of those professors.
We figured it was only right to pay homage to the best places grads enjoyed for the last nine months.
College is so many shades of awkward and so many types of embarrassing -- here is a selection of words with no English equivalent, but which perfectly describe phenomena endured by every college student.
Music is transformative, but I didn't realize how much the blues could bring out the soul in a place I'd pegged as overly commercial.
A part of me feels that the school seemed to present itself as better than it was. I was told that there is always something going on around campus, that the student-teacher ratio was amazing and visited on a warm fall day.
Let's thank Netflix for this marvelous coping mechanism.
My teenage son has begun looking at colleges. Recently, while we were looking at admissions brochures over breakfast, he asked me how I'd feel if he joined a fraternity.
With all of the hype about college nowadays, it may be hard for you to believe there's much more that matters more. But I'm willing to give you my first-born child if I'm wrong. (And no, unlike my parents, I won't be reading my first-born Princeton's Review in the womb.)
I'm writing this article because I think colleges lack a support system for students who don't want to drink -- or just don't want to drink too much.