The latest news on international students
Reach out for help with class work to get to know your American professors.
Join a study group and be selective about note taking to balance your U.S. college workload.
Don’t tell yourself you’ll get involved on campus or visit professors next year—do it now.
Prepare for healthcare costs and work on a budget for the second year early, students recommend.
Check out homestay programs and nearby rentals because not all community colleges have dorms.
Earning a U.S. university degree online can be inexpensive, but it's not right for everyone.
Learn more about the increasingly popular pre-college test.
The probability of having to pay the brunt of costs did not dampen enrollment numbers in 2011-2012.
Find out how to master one of the most important college admissions requirements.
These elite institutions may help admitted students from abroad with funding.