There’s no one size fits all when it comes to how you comprehend information. Everyone is different — but there are a few common types of learners. So, whether you like to discuss lessons with a study group or hole up in the library to review notes by yourself, discovering your learning style can help you strategize your study sessions to maximize your time.
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Many students consider taking a gap year between high school and college to see the world, gain new experiences or earn some money. But if college is part of your plan, how will taking a gap year affect your future? Will some time away from the classroom enhance your education or hinder it?
It's no secret the world is a hectic place that leaves many people stressed, but what can you do about it? We've identified 7 stress-relieving activities to help keep you centered.
We put together a list of 50 smartphone apps for college students to help add some efficiency in your life so you don’t have to sweat the small stuff. Keep reading for smoother sailing ahead!
There's no one-size-fits-all when it comes to crafting the perfect resume. But experts agree there are plenty of things NOT to do. Learn about the most common resume mistakes you should avoid.
If you’re ready to move on to bigger and better things but still have financial aid questions hanging over your head, don’t worry! We enlisted financial aid experts from Rasmussen College to provide simple answers to some of the questions they get asked most. So keep reading to hear their responses to frequently asked financial aid questions.
If you’re enrolled at Rasmussen College, you have a whole slew of student resources at disposal. We want to make sure you’re getting the very most out of your educational experience, so we put together this list of 10 resources you may not know were available … until now!
Whether you've been a student for a while or are just starting college, there will come a time when you'll need a little inspiration. These inspirational quotes should help keep your mind positive and give you a boost for the day.
There are very few professions these days that will not incorporate interaction with others. This is why it's imperative to develop strong teamwork skills. Not only will this skillset serve you well in your future career but it'll help you acquire the knowledge and training you'll need to get there.
Are self-paced online classes the right environment for you? Use this checklist to find out!
Mokena/Tinley Park's campus made a decision Sept. 1 to feature its group tutoring sessions via Adobe Connect for those students that live far, can't make it to a session or take classes online. Keeping up with new technology is important for schools, faculty and students to show they are able to go above and beyond in services and skills they offer; it's also a perk that helps online students.
In order to make sure you and your classmates get the most out of your online classroom discussion posts, we've created a guide of do's and don'ts to help improve the quality of all discussion posts.