What You Need to Know Before Setting Your Sights on Studying Abroad
Studying abroad may turn out to be one of the most enriching and fulfilling experience of your life. If you've already made that decision, you know you have a lot
The Commuter Student: Transitioning into a Space of Your Own
It's no surprise that more students than ever before are going to college locally and living at home or finding a place to settle into off campus to cut costs.
5 Steps to Help Students Transition to School in the U.S.
Spending any amount of time in a foreign country can be difficult, as students will need to adjust to a different culture, new customs and in many cases, a new
Relaxing Activities for Students at the University of Michigan
After years of working hard and dreaming about it, starting classes or returning to classes at top-ranked Michigan is exciting. As thrilling as it is, you know being a student
Tips for Building Your Professional Network as a Graduate Student
To be a successful graduate student and upcoming professional, you must fully embrace the concept of "it's not what you know, but who you know." For a professional, networking is
CORT Furnishes the First Housing Units for Lakes Region Community College
In the heart of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, you’ll find Lakes Region Community College (LRCC) – the region’s only two-year institution characterized by a dedication to innovation, accountability and educational