Is a Gap Year Right for Me?Whether you just finished high school or your degree, you’re probably thinking about what comes next. Maybe you have a job in mind or a field that interests you. Or perhaps you’re thinking about going back to school. For high school graduates, it’s often the most obvious and expected path to take. Indeed, around 66.2% of recent grads immediately enroll in college. Comparatively, 63%...
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The Difficulty of Choosing a College MajorSome students begin their college careers knowing precisely what they want to do with their lives. These individuals know how far they want to take their education, what job they want, and even what company they dream of applying to. Indeed, it can be intimidating if you’re unsure what path you want to follow. However, you can rest easy knowing that you’re not alone....
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Starting a Business in CollegeYou don’t need to choose between entrepreneurship and college or wait until graduation before starting your business. You can get started immediately if you have a great idea for a product or service. Your university may even have resources you can use to get off the ground. Of course, being an entrepreneur requires a great deal of time and effort. You must create, market, and deliver...
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Tips for Writing Professional Emails in CollegeSometimes, new students are intimidated by the idea of sending an email to their professor. They worry that they’re bothering them, that their question is stupid, or that their wording somehow will be offensive. Notably, a lot of the struggle comes down to overthinking. Professors rarely mind receiving student emails, as long as they’re respectful and professional. However, if you’re worried about coming across...
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