college housing

College is a serious step in your child's life, and whether you believe it or not, it's pretty complicated -- much more so than it was just 20 years ago. I wish I had been more familiar with the ins and outs of the college process when my children went to college. Things were different then, and certainly not as complex as they are today.
In every apartment complex where college students are being housed, landlords will encounter several types of students, both good and bad. So for your entertainment, here are the 10 residents every landlord encounters in a campus town apartment complex.
Truth be told, there are some college students who refuse to accept life outside of campus. I have compiled a list of pros and cons with regards to staying on a college campus over the summer based on the opinions of college students from both sides.
Regardless of the reason for the decision, before you take the plunge and live off campus, you need to do your homework. Here are five important things to consider and ask about when considering off-campus housing.
I was well into my 40's before I started to realize this. I am amazed that these young people are so grounded and insightful at such a young age. Their words are inspiring to me.
The transition from life on campus to life in an apartment or house is a pretty big one in its own right, but luckily, Her Campus has you covered with the five most important things to keep in mind when you decide to venture off campus.
Dorm life: it’s a trademark of the college lifestyle, and it’s a world unlike any other. College is one of the few times
"I thought I had the perfect set-up when my best friend and I decided to bunk together. But we ended up driving each other