Since college students are actively studying competing for a place in the job market, it’s no surprise new tech trends often appear among them first. The latest in digital communication […]Read More
As a young adult, your whole life probably revolves around your smartphone. But to avoid its adverse impact, you must consider going on a smartphone detox. Did you know that nearly […]Read More
Now that you’re all on your own in college, without any adult supervision from your parents, it’s best to take whatever steps necessary to stay safe and protect yourself from […]Read More
Most students experience more work and less sleep when they get to college. In many instances, you’ll find yourself in a position where you must get up and go to […]Read More
Forty-Eight percent of students and their parents think they may need to withdraw from school.
According to recent survey results announced by Allianz College Confidence Index, “prospective college students are arriving on campus already doubting their ability to reach graduation with nearly half anticipating the need to either temporarily or permanently withdraw from their degree program.” The findings reveal that 48 percent are less than very confident they will finish college without dropping out permanently and 55 percent think they will need to take at least some time off.Read More