Looking Ahead: Undergraduate Enrollment Expected to Increase By 2030

Melissa W.
We know commencements just wrapped up a month ago, but we live for education and are already looking ahead to the 2022-2023 school year! College campuses are starting to prepare for the new undergrads to move in and while college enrollment has dipped a bit since 2020, that outlook is likely just temporary.

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How to Survive Finals Week as a College Senior

Melissa W.
You might be wondering how it’s possible to sit through a test or concentrate on a final paper in between packing up your dorm/apartment before leaving all of college life behind. Lucky for you, we’re here to help! Here are some tips on surviving your last finals week as a college student:

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We’ve Got You Covered For Your Spring Fling Attire

Melissa W.
Spring is here and schools across the country are prepping for their annual Spring Fling! These events are typically the last hurrah of the year, ushering students into the final exam push. Carnivals, concerts, games, non-dining commons/novelty food – Spring Fling is often the most anticipated campus event of the year. Free SWAG (stuff we all get) is a big part of any school celebration and we’ve got you covered for your custom spirit wear!

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NHL Opt-Out of Beijing Olympics Gives Way to NCAA Athletes to Compete

Melissa W.
It’s widely known that many of the Olympians representing the United States are current and former NCAA athletes, but due to the NHL’s decision to opt-out of competing in Beijing, many college hockey athletes were given the otherwise unlikely chance of a lifetime to take the ice.

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NCAA Student-Athletes are Bejing-Bound for the 2022 Winter Olympics

Melissa W.
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics kicked off this week and we are so excited to watch! Did you know that out of the 224 athletes representing the United States, nearly 100 once played for NCAA teams in college?! In fact, some are still actively competing in the NCAA!

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Learn How to Deck the Halls at These Top Interior Design Schools

Melissa W.
The holiday season is upon us which means decor is at the forefront! Interior design is all around us. It’s in the wow-factor magazine-worthy celebrity homes and also in the most subtle spots like office buildings and it takes a keen eye to make both look perfect. Looking to up your game in interior design? Check out these top schools!

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Looking to Become a Pharmacist? Check Out These Top College Programs for Pharmacology

Melissa W.
In honor of the CDC signing off on the approval of COVID-19 vaccines for ages 5-11 this week, we wanted to give a nod to all of the pharmacists working around-the-clock to administer them across the country. Pharmacists work so hard and have been stretched thin even before 2020 making the demand high for those looking to enter the field. Here are 5 highly-acclaimed pharmacy schools/pharmacology programs in the US for 2021:

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Tribal Colleges and Universities Integral to United States Success

Melissa W.
Today is Indigenous Peoples Day in the US. It’s a day to honor and celebrate the resilience of Native Americans who occupied the nation first. 

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NFF Hampshire Honor Society Spotlights Football Players Who Excel on the Field and in the Classroom

Melissa W.
While the National Football Foundation promotes talent on the field, they are also interested in how their players excel in the classroom -- The NFF Hampshire Honor Society was formed specifically for athletes setting a great example off the field and in the classroom.

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College Distance Learning Numbers Up During 2021-2022 Academic Year

Melissa W.
It’s no surprise that distance learning numbers for students spiked in 2020-2021, but while many schools are back to in-person instruction, distance learning continues to see a steady increase in popularity while the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.

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