Don’t freak out, but graduation is only a month away for most of us. There’s so much to think about from making sure we’re still on track academically to starting to send out our first real resumes. But where we need to put our focus is on one major decision: where we’re going to live post graduation. We’ve broken down the pros and cons of moving out or moving home, as well as key points you should consider so that you can make your choice without all the drama or stress.
When you’re new to college, certain experiences, like midterms, can seem daunting. But if you're properly prepared, you can go into your first midterm week with an open mind rather than with loads of stress!
Face masks and Zoom class and social distancing, oh my! College in 2021 has looked a little different than usual -- here's what our OCM Ambassadors have to say about what college life is really like during Covid-19.
Choosing a college is a big deal -- after all, it’s the place that you’ll call home for the next four years of your life. Read what our panel of OCM Ambassadors has to say about picking the right school on College Decision Day.
There is nothing worse than a disorganized table (ok, maybe an unfurnished bed). You do not need any special organizers to organize the table and drawers, but you can use the stuff you already have at home.