One is clean and one is messy. One is quiet and one is social. Roommate differences can make a new living situation difficult, but learning how to respectfully resolve those differences is a life lesson that will help students grow.
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Beacon College’s unique educational mission to empower students with learning disabilities has led to a graduate rate 12 times higher than the national average. With curriculum tailored to different learning styles, students have achieved success where they once struggled.
This student’s determination to overcome learning disabilities led her to the top spot of valedictorian at Beacon College. Through her support and guidance, she’s made a lasting impact on fellow students.
Combining both digital media and studio art has allowed this student with learning disabilities to express herself creatively, hone career-ready skills in graphic design, and triumph over the anxiety of sharing her personal journey through her art.
In part 4 of our “Dining Hall Dilemmas” blog series, a UNH student shares her story about finding the right food options for students with diabetes on campus.
Black Friday can be a bonanza for college students on a budget if you follow these simple rules.
A former college student shares her story of becoming a vegetarian when she went to college and how she found the right food choices on campus.
In part 2 of “Dining Hall Dilemmas,” Emma Krause, a former student at Emerson College, shares her story of finding gluten-free food options on campus. It wasn’t the dining hall full of pizza, nor was it the pasta bar at the school café down the street. As a college student with a gluten sensitivity, my […]
“What Does the FOX Say” has gone super-viral and now is considered among the viral pop culture elite of Gangnam Style, the Harlem Shake, and Call me Maybe. For the uninitiated, this catchy dance song was created by comedians and brothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker as a way to promote the third season of their […]
by Britt Klontz for StudentAdvisor.com It seems to come around more quickly every year, but once again, it’s time to go back to school. The banners are up in the department stores, and rows and rows of dazzling pencil cases, fabulous felt tips and novelty erasers sit eagerly awaiting their time to shine. And […]
by Priya Sudendra, CollegeFocus.com for StudentAdvisor.com Being a teaching assistant is a great experience for a graduate student or upperclassmen. Teaching sheds a whole new light on not only being a teacher, but also being a student. It also helps you get closer to the professors and make new connections to advance your career. Being a TA […]
by Mitchell D. Weiss for StudentAdvisor.com It’s been a rocky economic recovery and college students are among those who’ve been hit the hardest. According to a June 2013 Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s press briefing, of the 94 percent of all recent grads who are fortunate enough to have jobs, nearly half are overqualified […]