Most people intend to go to community college for two years (and often they stay even longer.) I only went for 1 year. Here's why, and how I did it.

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.

The first week of college can be intimidating for anyone, but what do you do if you’re an introvert like me? Here’s my story.

Transferring from a community college to a 4-year school can mean finding a home in an entirely new city. But does it work?

Let's be honest, community colleges haven't always had the best reputation. So why are so many students choosing to start at 2-year schools, and is the bad reputation really deserved?

I know that when I’m stressing about jobs, thinking about my the myriad benefits of my American Honors experience helps me get to sleep. Here are 4 reasons why.

So your plan for community college is to prepare for a bachelor's degree. Smart choice! But there's one big thing to do: figure out how to transfer.