If you're a college student or recent college grad and feel like you don't have a lot of money for food - or any dinner inspiration - this one is for you! As a recent grad, I know it can be really difficult to meal plan, get yourself to the grocery store, and work within a tight budget. "About 42% of millennials’ monthly food budget is spent on food prepared outside the home according to a survey last year by Acosta. Millennials spent an average of $202 a month on food prepared outside the home last year," according to a recent Wall Street Journal article.Read More
Feeling confused about your place in the world? Unsure of what you should study? Wavering between following your passions or taking the practical path? In your second year of college? Then you, my friend, may be experiencing the sophomore slump.
The sophomore slump is a real thing that is described as when second year students have entered a stage of "developmental confusion. The sophomore slump results from student’s struggles with achieving competence, desiring autonomy, establishing identity, and developing purpose." (Richard & Lemons 1987)Read More
Rhode Island is the smallest state in the US but is the home to 11 great options for higher education. Whether you want a big or small school, public or private, urban or rural school setting - your perfect college match can be found in little Rhody! Each school offers a diverse set of majors and programs to appeal to prospective students. If one school you're looking at doesn't have the specific major you wish to pursue, chances are that another university nearby will.
The city of Providence alone hosts 5 colleges and universities, making it a city that always has something to do. The other 6 institutions are spread out across RI, so you may find yourself studying by the sea or in a quaint small town.
Here is a rundown of each of the colleges & universities:Read More