March is a very exciting month because it marks the start of Spring AND the craziness of college acceptance letters! Whether you’re a senior heading off to college this fall or still in high school waiting till it’s your turn, this week’s top 4 list has something that’ll help :). Enjoy the list (in no particular order), complete with college dorm tips, Spring Break ideas, liberal arts majors, and lots more:
California’s Biggest Bang for Your Buck Colleges: To help you make an affordable college choice, NerdScholar put together this list of 20 schools that’ll give you the most value at the lowest cost! See if your dream school made the list.
Is Liberal Arts the New Practical College Major?: You’ve probably heard lots of opinions about liberal arts degrees–some good, some bad, and some ugly! Check out this perspective from College Surfing to see why a liberal arts degree might be the best choice you make in college.
Spring Ahead! 5 Things to Do Now to Beat Your Career Competition: Contrary to popular belief, Spring Break means serious business–at least for your resume! Check out these 5 tips for how to kick off a job search during the break, from YouTern.
Living off campus: Pros and cons: Wondering if living on campus is the right next step to take? Here’s a short and sweet list from College News that’ll help you compare and choose between both options.
And, that’s it for this week’s list! Be sure to leave me a comment or question below, and I’ll be happy to chat :).
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