Articles & Advice by Tag - College

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By: SAGE Scholars — April 9, 2022
Tags: College, Rankings
Most people who have thought of applying to college, whether as a student or parent, have come across college rankings websites and magazines. The most familiar one is put out yearly by U.S. News and World Report1 (USNWR) but there are many others.
By: SAGE Scholars — April 5, 2022
Wondering how to maximize your college degree? We have put together four tips for creating and sustaining a community that can help you succeed.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — June 20, 2022
One of the best things about college is that you're no longer constrained by the limits of your high school self. You have the chance to become the person you want to be, not just the person you've always been. You have the opportunity to grow and change your habits, experiment with new study strategies, and develop a new rhythm to match your new college workload.
By: Maggie Argiro — June 20, 2022
Are you thinking about studying abroad as part of your college experience? Maybe you’re excited about new cultural experiences or looking for ways to strengthen your resume. From language immersions to service-learning trips, SAGE Scholars partner institutions offer many ways to get off campus.
By: SAGE Scholars — July 17, 2022
This three-part series will guide prospective and incoming college athletes through student-athlete life. Part one of this series spotlights advice from a former Division I All-American about what to consider before arriving on campus. Part two will explore the college recruiting process, and part three features SAGE Scholar member college programs with outstanding athletics success.
By: Dr. Gwendolyn Maria Parrish — July 10, 2022
It is likely that while you are managing course assignments and moving along your educational journey, you have had little time to consider all of your career options after graduation. While you probably have career goals you want to accomplish, you may not know where to start. This is when the Career Center is helpful. The primary purpose of this college resource is to help you master the required skills necessary to succeed in your search for a new career after graduation. The Career Center is the perfect starting point for finding your career path and preparing for your future job search success.
By: Jessica Dickenson — October 3, 2022
Commuters are the unsung heroes of college. They have to wake up every morning, battle rush-hour traffic, and make the same drive home regardless of the weather or hour. They are accountable to the campus rules, but they also have to follow them while living at home. They have better time management skills than most college students to factor in drive times, homework, class schedules, and extracurriculars.
By: Jessica Dickenson — July 11, 2022
As an incoming college freshman, you probably have a lot of preconceived ideas about what college will be like. AP courses, college advising, television, your peers, and the internet probably have given you a good idea of what to expect on your first day of classes. Although all these sources may be a good foundation, here are some common misconceptions about college courses we have debunked.
By: SAGE Scholars — January 1, 2022
As you search for your perfect college, keep in mind that sticker price is not where you should begin. After all, the least expensive education today may wind up costing you in future opportunities. Here are some tips to help pay for the cost of education at the school of your choice.
By: SAGE Scholars — April 10, 2021
Five Tips on How to Make the Most Out of Your Internship
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