Study habits are difficult to form, but they are very important in college. When there may be days between classes, it is important to stay engaged in the course to perform well.
Growing up with parents who speak of their college days can be beneficial even if it may seem trivial. For first-gen students, that “insider” insight may be harder to find. However, while it can be overwhelming, there are some tips to making college more navigable for first-gen students.
From strategies to help you save on textbooks to student discounts, explore these budget-savvy ideas to boost your bottom line while attending community college.
For college students, performing well academically is a top priority, but it can be difficult if they are dealing with stress or mental health issues. Learn more about coping with stress in community college.
It can be tough being the new person at school. That's why we put together a few ideas to help you connect with the community you'll find at community college.