For Students

Survival secrets for freshman year

October 17, 2017 Lee Shulman Bierer

While the initial adjustment period is over, there are certainly lots of things freshmen can start doing now to improve their chances of having a successful year. Most college students compartmentalize their college experiences into two distinct areas: the academic […]

Finding the right fit

ROTC programs in the Carolinas explained

October 9, 2017 Heidi Finley

The Reserve Officers’ Training Corps is a military officer training program available in 275 colleges across all 50 U.S. states and territories. Army is the largest of the ROTC programs, but there are Navy and Air Force programs, as well. […]


UNC opens the Carolina Veterans Resource Center

October 2, 2017 Heidi Finley

About 500 veterans and military-affiliated students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill now have a spot on campus to call their own. The newly dedicated Carolina Veterans Resource Center offers a place for students with ties to the […]

Paying for College

Help paying student loans is the newest job perk

October 2, 2017 Heidi Finley

If you’re looking at graduating college with thousands of dollars of student debt, your future employer may help you pay it off. Fidelity Investments recently announced a Student Debt Employer Contribution program to aid companies that decide to help pay […]

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