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1. Living On a College Income

Most students are very excited to enter the college or university that they chose to enroll in and enjoy the newfound independence that comes with this experience.

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By Sarah Carter
Tags: college, university, students, money, career, jobs, income, campus jobs, bills, entertainment, food, friends
2. Distractions While Studying: What to Avoid

Most students are very excited to enter the college or university that they chose to enroll in and enjoy the newfound independence that comes with this experience.

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By Miranda Mantashian
Tags: study, college, university, students, homework, assignments, test, quizzes
3. Meal Plans: Do You Need Them?

The process of entering a college or university can be somewhat haphazard and require you to make many decisions on a whim. Before moving in to your new dormitory you will have to decide if you wish to choose a roommate with whom to live or be assigned one by your college.

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By Susan Bellavia
Tags: college, university, students, meal plan, study, room mate
4. Roommates; Choose One or Get Assigned?

Before you enter the college or university you chose to attend there are a number of things that you must take into account. You have to buy supplies and prepare yourself for the new experience and in some ways life that is college.

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By Samantha Hagy
Tags: roommates, college, university, dorm rooms, friends, study, rooms, rooming, college rooming
5. Are You Ready to Start College?

Starting college is a serious milestone in a person's life and it requires a certain level of commitment from the student to make it a pleasant experience. Just gaining acceptance to a college or university takes a concerted effort from you.

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By Jenna Mendoza
Tags: college, university, new student, study, education, career, jobs
6. Drinking Coffee to Stay Awake

In college, you will often find yourself up late at night. Sometimes you will be awake at three in the morning coming back from a party, and in this case, the first thing you want to do is to head to your bed and sleep in until the early morning.

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By Steven Brenna
Tags: college, awake, energy, caffeine, coffee, sleep, study, work, homework
7. Repeating College Courses

Sometimes taking a college course only once is a pain, but imagine having to take it for a second time? This is not uncommon in college and a main reason why students end up having to take summer courses or wind up staying for more than four years. Something that students tend to forget is that one way or another the school is going to get paid for those courses. You will either have to pay now or later, so wouldn’t it just be better for you if you only took and paid for it once? This can be easier said than done, but trust me taking it again just is not worth it.

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By Samantha Pizzani
Tags: courses, repeat, class, college, professor, help, tutor, plan, advisor, work
8. Are You Prepared for College?

After graduating high school it really feels like the rest of your life is about to start. In a way you would be right. Another chapter of your life is about to begin but the rest of your life really starts after college graduation. Before worrying about the rest of your life you should think about whether or not you are prepared for college. This is a very important time in your life so approaching it the right way is of the utmost importance.

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By Selena Lopez
Tags: students, prepare, college, courses, reading, tests, quizzes, papers, class, work
9. Math Minds and Creative Minds

Starting around high school is when students begin to realize whether they are math minds or creative minds. The creative minds lean more towards writing and theater while the math minds revel in math and science. Whichever category you fall into can make the other subjects difficult. Take this from a creative mind who has dreaded math since sixth grade. For the past seven years math has been a black cloud hanging over my head pointing and laughing the entire time.

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By Kate McDonald
Tags: math, creative, help, students, college, writing, methods, essays
10. Common College Questions

Entering the world of college is a new experience for those who have just graduated high school. The expectations are higher and there is a whole new pair for shoes for you to fill. It can be scary going from high school to college with simply an orientation to prepare you. There is more to know than any orientation can inform you of, but doing your research beforehand can help you become more knowledgeable before the big day arrives.

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By Josh Dealer
Tags: college, questions, students, administration, professors, classes, books, work, reading
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