• How to Know If a Networking Systems Administration Degree is Right for You

    How to Know If a Networking Systems Administration Degree is Right for You

    There’s this unspoken stereotype about people who like to work with computers usually prefer working alone. We don’t know where it came from, but nothing could be further from the truth. Computers are used to communicate, and in order to do this effectively, one must be able to interact with other people in order to … Continued

  • How to Get Your Masters Degree in Less Than 2 Years

    How to Get a Master’s Degree in Less Than 2 Years

    Congratulations on earning your Bachelor’s! It was a long, trying 4 years, but it was definitely worth it. The years of late nights, coffee guzzling, and unhealthy eating paid off! Now that you have donned your cap and gown, and walked across the long stage, you are ready to do it all over again! The … Continued

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    5 Things You Need to Know Before Studying Criminal Justice

    If you’ve always desired to work in the field of Criminal Justice, we applaud you! This line of work isn’t always for the faint of heart. Fighting crime and contributing to making society a better place can be mentally and physically challenging depending on the type of work you do in the field. Criminal Justice … Continued

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    10 Reasons Why You Should Form a Study Group

    As of August 2019, the degree completion and graduation rates among American college students continue to hover around 40 percent, but the Annenberg Institute at Brown University has some good news in this regard: quite a few private and public institutions that have been around less than five decades are seeing higher completion rates. While … Continued

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    Tips for Preventing Student Burnout

    Getting stressed while attending college is a normal phenomenon, and because it seems normal, sometimes people fail to recognize the signs and symptoms of a completely different condition – burnout. While it’s often ignored or downplayed as normal college stress, burnout is much more serious than just day-to-day stress. If you feel you or someone … Continued

  • The Benefits of Studying with Music

    Does Music Help You Study? With that highly detailed Biology exam just around the corner, you have been hitting the books with every spare second you have. During nightly, starlit studying sessions, you continuously trudge past midnight, and the hours multiply. What if there was a more beneficial practice rather than spending hours upon hours … Continued

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    How to Manage Stress When You Study and Work at the Same Time

    Getting a college education is a challenge all by itself. So when you add the responsibility of working a job while earning a degree, there’s naturally going to be an added level of stress. And while this is pretty common for students, there’s the challenge of dealing with that kind of stress in a way … Continued

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    6 Ways to Meet People and Get Involved in Your University Community

    We all want to be a part of a community. At Florida National University, our community is small enough to feel like a family and yet expansive enough to be a valuable network for life. Your days at university can become some of your fondest memories of fun times, friends, and moments of transformative learning. … Continued

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    College Application Essay: Write Your Way into Your Top School

    College application essays are an essential component of your application. Don’t listen to the movies that have romanticized or made light of these process with frivolous regard. Students should approach with caution and understanding as these essays have the ability to make or break you in the college application process. A carefully crafted and compelling … Continued

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    Private vs Public Universities: Which Is More Affordable?

    When deciding which college or university to attend, it could be said that choosing whether or not to apply to a public or private school has already been made. This is usually because students have subconsciously decided which type of educational institution is more affordable. Many people have already assumed that a public university’s tuition … Continued