College News: Undergraduate Application Strategies and More

College can be a VERY stressful experience, from the application process to studying to working to what to do after graduation. The news this week covers the entire spectrum of the college experience, including your chances as an applicant without perfect grades, what you should know about working and going to school, strange ways of paying for college, and what some of the STEM majors can look forward to after graduation.

How to Apply to College if You Don’t Have Straight A’s

Having anything less than a 4.0 GPA doesn’t automatically put the top schools out of your reach. That’s why your GPA is only PART of the application, folks.

The Pros and Cons of Working in College

Time is money. Just don’t let work get in the way of studying.

College Students Turn to Fertility Clinics to Pay for School

We suggest student loans or a coffee shop job, instead.

New Study Shows Post-College Physics Majors Trends

Good job placement numbers, and almost 40% of them are planning on getting Masters degrees.

Five Things to Know About MIT