It’s true: your one vote matters—now more than ever. Here are the basics on how to register, what’s at stake in 2018, and why the college vote is crucial.
These 12 cities, a little off the beaten path, offer many resources and job opportunities for recent grads. You might not know about them … but you should.
You’ve settled in to academic life, but the social thing isn’t falling into place like you imagined. Here’s the truth about making friends your first year.
If you live with anxiety, even raising your hand in class can make your heart pound. Here are some practical steps you can take to manage your fears.
Do you feel like your successes are undeserved, that you just got lucky? And that everyone will figure this out? Here’s how to beat back the insecurity.
Each of these 6 college students had a personal experience that pointed out something that needed to change. Now, they’re making change happen.
How can we improve our schools and provide opportunities for all students? These inspiring talks will give you a new perspective on education in the U.S.
Advice and life lessons—from Stephen Colbert, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Chadwick Boseman, and more—to inspire you long after you’ve tossed your cap in the air.
In honor of the legacy she left behind, we share with you 10 of the most inspiring quotes from Maya Angelou herself.
Looking for an alternative to the party scene for your spring break adventures? Check out these volunteering opportunities for college students.
Here's why Black History Month is celebrated in February—plus an inspirational look at influential literary works by Toni Morrison, Malcom X, and more.
Keep up with your resolutions even when school is back in session. Here, 5 tips to help you follow through on your goals for the New Year.
University of Toronto graduate student Kaleb Leach attributes his academic success and scholarship-winning football prowess to those who supported him.
San Francisco State senior Valerie Escobar finds motivation both in a harrowing experience with the dentist and her sorority’s community service.
Berkeley senior Rita Guo reflects on the importance of investing in education and the struggles of students who do not receive support.
Course Hero celebrates fundamental works of literature by African American writers who helped reshape history.