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Best Study Techniques That the Worst HS Seniors Should Try

Graduation is just around the corner and you’ve been dreaming of going to an art school in college. Every single year, hundreds of hopeful students just like you apply to the most sought after art programs in various art schools resulting to a very tight and competitive application process for every student who sends in…

College Tips to Make Your Freshmen Year a Breeze

The transition from high school to college can be rough to some. Life outside your town and away from your family can take its tool especially when your professors can be more than demanding and your roommate can be quite a handful. However, it’s all about preparation and learning the necessary information for them to…

Wayne Allyn Root’s Indispensable College Application Tips

Wayne Allyn Root’s Indispensable College Application Tips

If there’s anybody who knows how to succeed, it has to be Wayne Allyn Root. This highly driven politician and media personality is also the author of “The Joy of Failure,” a self-help book released in 1997, and “The King of Vegas’ Guide to Gambling: How to Win Big at POKER, Casino Gambling & Life!”…

Cost-Cutting Moving Advice for College Students

Cost-Cutting Moving Advice for College Students

Going away from home to live at a residence or nearby apartment in college can be an exciting time in your life. Early on there is a sense of fear, of being away from your family and not knowing what to expect in college.  There is also an air of exhilaration – this will be…

Freshmen Tips on How to Get Along with College Roommates

11 Freshmen Tips on How to Get Along with College Roommates

One of the biggest questions coming into college, especially for those who chose to board at a residence hall, is the kind of college roommates you’ll be having. Will you share the same interests? Will he or she like you? More importantly, will you like the student? This guide aims to help you on how to…

When you are attending an art or design school far away from your homeland, read this post to decide where to stay, at a residence hall or an apartment?

Comparing Residence Halls and Apartments: Where Should You Live in College?

When students get accepted to art or design programs near their hometown, they have the luxury of staying at home. It’s a great way to save significant sums on housing. But for most students a major move is usually required to a neighboring city or even out of their state to be near the college…

How to Survive Freshman Year as an Art Student

How to Survive Freshman Year as an Art Student: 26 Practical Tips

As an upcoming freshman in art college, your goal now is to complete the course requirements and become a professional artist. Before you get to that stage, however, you must undergo your transition from being a high school student to a college freshmen. College life is an opportunity that you’ve earned. Being a college student will…

6 Essential Gadgets All Art Students Must Have

6 Essential Gadgets All Art Students Must Have

In this guest post, Kole from ETCourse features a list of gadgets that art students should be able to use to maximize their time studying and being productive at school, all while developing their knowledge for arts and design. Technology is so well-integrated into society that we often don’t realize how much we rely on…