Making new friends in college can definitely be intimidating. It can be especially daunting if you’re going to a far off school where you don’t know anyone. While you don’t have to be best friends, having a few friends before school even starts can make the transition much easier. Here are a few tips on how you can get started making friends before you even set foot on campus.

A student came to me needing major life advice: how should she pick a college major? Should she even finish college? I asked her just a few simple questions, and then she had an epiphany.

Whether you’re a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior, you’ve got work to do if you plan to go to college after graduation.

What do you do when you’re excited for your teenager’s future (read: college!), but they’re not on board? Approach it the right way or you might turn them off the idea completely!

The best part of college probably isn’t something you’ve even imagined yet. Most students completely undervalue this one critical relationship.

When I first found out about the honors program, I thought I was under qualified. I almost didn’t apply. That would have been a huge mistake.

College today is a heck of a lot different than the experience parents might have had. Registering in person? Handwritten papers? No GIF-laden study distractions?! Things sure were different.

I knew the first class as a small family. We came to know each other’s hopes and dreams, our goals for the future. We were doctors, teachers, engineers in the making.

Think internships are all about coffee runs and making copies? Think again -- an internship might be the key to your career’s future.

A strong letter of recommendation is vital to your application. How can you make sure you’re getting the best letter possible? We’ve got the complete guide to getting a stellar letter.