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After almost two years of closing their doors to visitors, many colleges and universities have begun opening back up to in-person campus tours, and some will be opening this spring. As you plan your next campus visit, there are a few simple things you can do to prepare and help you make a well-informed decision. To get the most out of your college campus visit, follow these tips.

Universities Reopen for In-Person Campus Tours

February 18, 2022
by Liz Montenegro
After almost two years of closing their doors to visitors, many colleges and universities have begun opening back up to in-person campus tours, and some will be opening this spring. As you plan your
Across the country, the demand for student mental health services has surged in light of pandemic challenges. Over the past few years, students' pre-existing conditions of anxiety, depression, PTSD and suicidal ideation have only been exacerbated by the pandemic, and minority students have been disproportionately affected by these challenges. While many colleges have not been able to keep up with the rising mental health crisis among its students, others are stepping up its efforts to build a more supportive, nurturing environment on its campuses.

Counseling Scholarships for Minority Students

February 9, 2022
by Liz Montenegro
Across the country, the demand for student mental health services has surged in light of pandemic challenges. Over the past few years, students' pre-existing conditions of anxiety, depression, PTSD
When it comes to a student’s overall success, experts have found that a college’s location on the map is equally as important as the quality of the school’s curriculum and social environment. According to Forbes,  these colleges ranked #1 for each of these categories: large city, midsize city, and small city college towns out of 415 U.S. cities. When planning your next campus visit, consider schools in these top-rated college towns.

Best U.S. College Towns 2022

January 21, 2022 11:05 AM
by Liz Montenegro
When it comes to a student’s overall success, experts have found that a college’s location on the map is equally as important as the quality of the school’s curriculum and social environment.
Adam Sandler undoubtedly paved the way in bringing the celebration of Hanukkah to the forefront of pop culture with his wildly famous “Hanukkah” song debut in 1994 on Saturday Night Live (did you know there is now a “Hanukkah” Part 4?). In the song, Sandler draws attention to famous Jews in mainstream culture. You may be wondering which celebrities are observing Hanukkah this year. Before we dive into Hollywood, let’s answer the question of why these “eight CRAZY nights” are celebrated by millions of Jewish people across the globe.

Hanukkah 2021: Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Jewish

December 2, 2021 3:20 PM
by Liz Montenegro
Adam Sandler undoubtedly paved the way in bringing the celebration of Hanukkah to the forefront of pop culture with his wildly famous “Hanukkah” song debut in 1994 on Saturday Night Live (did you
Starting college is a very exciting time. Dorm life is full of new experiences, and many scholarships are available that can help cover the cost of your room and board. Like everything else, there are pros and cons to living in a college dorm.

College Dorms: Should You Give On-Campus Living a Try?

November 30, 2021 4:02 PM
by Liz Montenegro
Starting college is a very exciting time. Dorm life is full of new experiences, and many scholarships are available that can help cover the cost of your room and board. Like everything else, there
As you get ready for this next big step in your life, this last year at home can feel like the longest and the shortest you ever had! While you prepare to select a college and research scholarships and financial aid, don’t forget to spend some quality time with your friends and family. While movies, even when based on a true story, are always a little bit fantastic, they are also works of art that share experiences among their viewers.

Movie Night! College Classics

August 19, 2021 12:22 PM
by Scholarships.com Staff
As you get ready for this next big step in your life, this last year at home can feel like the longest and the shortest you ever had! While you prepare to select a college and research scholarships
Summer is the perfect time to take on a student internship. Your class load is lighter, so you have more time to explore options in your preferred industry. There isn’t as much competition from your peers, either, because many have gone elsewhere for summer break, leaving opportunities wide open for you to take advantage of now. Internships open doors in your professional and academic careers by adding to your work experience and offering you a chance to see what a career in your major or interest is truly like.

How to Find a Summer Internship

June 22, 2021 9:46 AM
by Scholarships.com Staff
Summer is the perfect time to take on a student internship. Your class load is lighter, so you have more time to explore options in your preferred industry. There isn’t as much competition from your
A growing number of colleges and universities are requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend college this fall. More than 200 colleges across the country have made COVID vaccinations an official requirement for the Fall 2021 semester, including Rutgers University, Notre Dame, Cornell College and Duke. It’s a unique case for colleges who, while requiring students to have certain immunizations in the past, have not faced a challenge quite like COVID.

Attending College in Fall 2021? You May Need a Vaccine

May 4, 2021 1:31 PM
by Izzy Hall
A growing number of colleges and universities are requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend college this fall. More than 200 colleges across the country have made COVID
Let’s say you’ve made it. You are enrolled in college, or have been for a year or two. You’re receiving some financial aid, or even a scholarship, but something’s missing. It’s money. No matter how generous the package you’re receiving is, there’s always one more book to buy, one more activity fee, one more dining hall bill…

Scholarship Search in College? Scholarships for Undergrads

April 13, 2021 9:09 AM
by Scholarships.com Staff
Let’s say you’ve made it. You are enrolled in college, or have been for a year or two. You’re receiving some financial aid, or even a scholarship, but something’s missing. It’s money. No matter how
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