Fall is one of the most beautiful times of year to visit or live on a college campus. The leaves change color, the air is crisp, and comfy sweaters come out of hiding. When you’re on one of the most scenic campuses in the fall, it feels like you’ve stepped out of your dorm room and into a scene from a movie or a page in a book. Here are a few of the top most scenic campuses in the US (spoiler alert: several are in New England and the Northeast, much to no surprise):
When choosing a college, in addition to the academic offerings, one of the most important factors to consider is the campus setting. The type of campus you choose can have a big impact on your college experience, affecting your social life, academic opportunities, and overall well-being. While each college campus is different from the other, all have their own set of benefits and drawbacks.
Preparing to move into your first college dorm for your freshman year can be both exciting and daunting! There are so many things to consider and this is likely your first time that you’ll be living on your own. As we approach college move-in season for our new Senior Class grads, we put together a few tips to consider that may be helpful in the coming weeks.
Last week we talked about the rise in mental health challenges in higher education, specifically on college campuses. With 14% of college students saying they dropped out of college due to mental health issues, the need for help is there. However, tackling the issue is more complex than just offering more counselors and encouraging students to make appointments for 1:1 help. Because of this, campus administrators are starting to find more unique ways to reach students who may be struggling.
It’s officially fall -- bring on the cool and crisp weather! There’s something nostalgic about autumn and college campuses, don’t you think? By now, everyone has settled into the class routine, sports are in full swing, and the weather is prime for quad hangouts. Sometimes, there is nothing better than donning a new collegiate sweatshirt from the bookstore!
College campuses have long been synonymous with activism and protests -- from seemingly minor disputes over tuition cost hikes to fighting for larger issues like civil rights, students use their First Amendment rights to lobby for change and bring about a more fair, represented, and safer campus community.
The holidays can be a bittersweet time for college students, especially for those who are far away from home. Thanksgiving, in particular, is a time for family gatherings and traditional feasts, which can make it difficult for those who are unable to travel home. However, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate Thanksgiving in dorm life and create your own special traditions with your newfound college family.
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