Let’s face it, as amazing as college is, it can get pretty overwhelming dealing with friends, school, and jobs. With a new semester just around the corner, it’s a great time to remember ways to take care of yourself and destress during this crazy time of year.
As many students arrive home for the Thanksgiving holiday, parents are busy prepping for the turkey dinner and other last-minute meals when friends stop by during Thanksgiving break. It is the perfect time to enjoy a walk with your kids, read a book by the fire, play a family game of cards (our family is hooked on Sevens), or take advantage of the Black Friday sales to stock up on holiday gifts.
Each week College Scoops shares interesting articles we have read throughout the week about life in college, tips for college freshman, college admissions, college tours, parenting advice, campus gear, collegiate wear, dorm room decor, care packages, how to win a scholarship, deals on textbooks, test prep, and resources to help you with your college essay.
Welcome to our Guest Editor, Addie-Eileen Paige who grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and attended Bryant University to study math and statistics. Addie-Eileen shared with College Scoops several reflections from her time as a college student at Bryant University.
All Things College and Career with Meg & Bobbie – All Things College and Career with Meg & Bobbie -The “Learn Before you Leap” series helps others who are contemplating a career change or starting the college planning process. Our Founder, Moira McCullough, shares her experience visiting colleges as a parent and Founder of College Scoops.
Sleep matters. A lot. I was never a night owl but I am amazed at how late my son in high school and my two college students go to bed even when they finish their homework early.
Welcome to our Editorial Intern, Serena Chmelar, a second-year student majoring in Psychology and minoring in Entrepreneurship at the University of Virginia! Serena is also a member of the Varsity Women’s Rowing Team and in her free time is an avid fashion and lifestyle blogger.
There are a number of resources available for students on campus: learning centers, TA’s, office hours, tutors, and fellow classmates. If your student is finding it hard to get the help they need, try connecting with College Success Plan.
As September comes to a close, college visits are ramping up for high school students and their parents. Are you wondering if it is worth it to visit a campus?