Technology can be a huge help in college. It can help you communicate, find information, share resources, add comfort to your dorm room, remind you of deadlines, and so much more. It can also be a huge time-suck, distraction, and temptation. There’s no doubt that you need solid technology on campus and that college students tend to be some of the most-gadgetized early adopters of new tech.
With Father’s Day just past us and summer school in effect, we’ve got Pops on the brain — particularly the hilarious, heartwarming, relationship-building, potentially embarrassing campus visits from dad. Whether your papa is far away and a “drop off freshman year, pick up at graduation” kind of dad or a dad who is nearby and wants to visit you every weekend, your college years are key to forming your new adult relationship with your father.
Congratulations on completing your senior year of high-school. Now you are heading off to college in a few months away so why not use that time to prepare for the experience by ditching the high-school mentality, opening your mind for the changes ahead, and getting into some good habits now so you can start freshman year off right? This infographic will help you.
Next Door Storage has created a useful infographic for college students dealing with summer moving. Many college students move either back home each summer or store their stuff in the city their college is located in. This graphic helps guide college students on best practices for storing their things for the summer.
Part of getting a college education is about learning the things that aren’t in books or in lectures. In fact, much learning is done in terms of self-maturation and navigating things like time-management, friendships and relationships, health and wellness, and finances. With this school year wrapping up, summer sessions nearing, and some time to reflect before fall semester, read what other students have found helpful in this infographic.
Have you ever wondered about the differences between for-profit and public colleges? Check out this infographic presented by degreelibrary.org to learn more.
It’s not surprising that more and more schools are offering degrees earned entirely online, or that more and more university students are enrolling in web-based courses. Considering the upward trend of online schooling, will physical colleges ever be rendered obsolete? Top10OnlineColleges.org explores this in the following infographic.
Every year there are billions of scholarship dollars awarded. The folks at Affordable-Online-Colleges.net show you how to get YOUR piece of the pie.
Believe it or not, but there are ways to make college a little more affordable. Check out the following infographic presented by Affordable-Online-Colleges.net to learn all about it.
College is the big word on many students’ tongues. Let’s take a closer look at higher education in America in this infographic from Affordable-Online-Colleges.net.
College doesn’t seem as overwhelming if you know how to hack your way through it. Check out the following infographic presented by BestCollegeReviews.org to learn how to survive college.
Education costs have risen exponentially over the past thirty years and yet more students choose the college route in hopes of earning a better salary. But here’s the question we need to be asking ourselves in today’s highly competitive world: Is it worth it? isucceedbook.com explores this in the following infographic.
6 % of undergraduates and 4 percent of graduate students in 4-year colleges have “seriously considered attempting suicide” in the past year—and nearly half of each group did not tell anyone. This infographic looks at the untold story of student suicides.
Finding a job in todays’ economy may seem like a challenge, but if you lack a degree, it may be impossible. More frequently than ever, jobs are requiring a degree. Best Masters Degrees has created an infographic entitled “I Need a Degree for that?” which uncovers jobs you never knew would require a degree, and details the salary and the cost of the necessary degree.