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    Top 25 Blogs for College Students

    November 7, 2015

November 7, 2015

Top 25 Blogs for College Students

Top 25 Blogs for College Students

College is one of the biggest decisions one will make in life. Whether you aren’t sure whether to go, excited about enrolling or currently a student looking to survive – check out these twenty-five blogs.

  1. My College Guide


    My College Guide is an annual magazine mailed directly to the homes of high-achieving high school sophomores nationwide each September, and to the top juniors each February. Many students begin their college search as sophomores, and their goal is to provide them with current, relevant information and unique insights on college admissions and college life through our Sophomore Edition. The Junior Edition is sent in February before students have decided where to visit and apply to. Both their magazine and website provide students with detailed information on over 120 colleges.

  2. HackCollege


    HackCollege is changing education. They are educating the students of the world about effective, open source software, putting techno-political arguments in everyday language, and creating a cult of “Students 2.0.”

  3. College Push: Room 106


    College Push supports and guides high school students (and their parents) through the college planning, selection, and application processes. Selecting a college is one of the most stressful decisions a high school student will make. A haphazard decision can strap students with tens of thousands of dollars of student loan debt or cause them to transfer schools or change majors multiple times. They allow you to have all your personal college planning data in the palm of your hand, offering daily notifications which include instructional exercises, tasks, and opportunities to explore colleges and the U.S. of higher education system.

  4. Get Into College Blog


    After a less than impressive start in high school, author Steve Schwartz turned it around and got accepted into Columbia University, and is dedicated to helping you craft an amazing college application that will impress any admissions office.

  5. College Focus


    College Focus helps students of all ages successfully navigate the college admissions process. College Focus begins working with some students as early as freshman year. They leave it up to each family as to when a student is ready to begin college planning. Ideally, they like to meet students some time during their sophomore year to gain the maximum benefit of our advice. Freshman, sophomores and juniors can set meaningful goals for academic scheduling and performance and also make informed choices in their extracurricular activities.  Seniors benefit from skilled guidance in selecting and applying to colleges.

  6. The Student Power


    The Student Power is a website meant to help ambitious students in their endeavors. They offer weekly content in the form of blog posts, infographics, videos or podcast episodes. Their mission is to help you: develop the right mindset, develop your skills and reach the top.

  7. Open Culture


    Open Culture brings together high-quality cultural & educational media for the worldwide lifelong learning community. Web 2.0 has provided great amounts of intelligent audio and video. It’s all free. It’s all enriching. But it’s also scattered across the web, and not easy to find. Their whole mission is to centralize this content, curate it, and give you access to this high quality content whenever and wherever you want it.

  8. College Fashion


    College Fashion is the original and #1 online fashion and beauty magazine written by college students, for college students. Featuring fashion tips for students, the latest fashion trends, beauty tips, online sale updates, decor ideas, student street style, and style advice for 20-somethings, CF is a college girl’s daily source for all things fabulous. Their goal is to deliver content and foster discussion around fashion, beauty, lifestyle, trends, shopping, relationships, and other related facets of college life. CF is constantly changing and gets better with your participation – comment on the articles, send an email, suggest a topic, or ask a question and get involved!

  9. Study Hacks


    Computer Science professor Cal Newport provides amazing insight on the college life with genuine advice.

  10. DormDelicious


    DormDelicious provides dorm decor advice, decorating ideas, and organization tips. Read about college dorm decorating projects, and get helpful tips from other students for turning your new place into a more attractive space. DormDelicious is making the world more delicious one room at a time.

  11. Go College


    GoCollege.com is one of the oldest and most trusted resources to guide students on how to finance and succeed in college. They offer helpful information for current and soon to be college students. The site was formed in 1997 to guide students on the complexity of the admissions and financial-aid process. Their goal is to continue bringing useful, unbiased and up-to-date college related information to students, parents and education professionals. We have been mentioned and praised in thousands of websites and referenced in dozens of books.

  12. College Dieting: Fitness Blog


    Dedicated to all of the college students battling their weight and hectic lifestyles.

  13. Her Campus


    Her Campus is the #1 global community for college women. Written entirely by the world’s top college journalists – with 7,000+ contributors and counting – HerCampus.com features national Style, Beauty, Health, Love, Life, Career, LGBTQ+, High School, and Real World content supplemented by local content from 290+ campus chapters nationwide and in seven countries. In addition, Her Campus offers the HC Study Break email newsletter, Her Campus Blogger Network, High School Ambassador Program, Her Conference™, Her Conference™: High School, College Fashion Week®, Her Campus Shop, The Her Campus Guide to College Life, and even more products, programming, tools, and events to fulfill its mission of serving college women across every platform.

  14. College v2


    The collegiate education experience becoming increasingly reliant on technology these days. Yet our high schools and universities have failed to educate their students with the means to take full advantage of the tools available. College v2 aims to arm students with the tricks, tips, and knowledge to put them ahead of the pack. College v2 will also post an occasional news story or photograph that will help you in your everyday life. Their aim is to help you take over the world, or at least get out of taking 18 credits alive, and intact.

  15. Every College Girl


    Posts on college living, fashion, beauty, lifestyle and health, as well as useful tips, tricks, and how-to guides. Written by a team of college girls from across North America writing on topics as varied as how to change a tire, to how to do a keg-stand, and everything in between.

  16. One Day One Job


    Dedicated to helping college students with advice and resources on getting employed after graduation.

  17. Great College Advice


    Provides great advice to hundreds of students from across the United States and around the world.  Our mission is to provide students and families the highest standard of assistance in the college selection and admissions process.  They assist students in finding the college that best fits their abilities, interests, and aspirations. We also guide students as they complete their applications, write their essays, and present themselves in the best light throughout the admissions process.

  18. College – U. Got It?


    Blog dedicated to helping students transition into college, covers everything from move in day to how to manage money during college.

  19. College Surfing


    The CollegeSurfing Insider is here to tackle some common career education questions, debunk career school myths, and share unique insights about various professions. Consider them your bloggin’ classmate!

  20. College Dems


    The College Democrats of America consist of ten officers who serve for a one-year term on college campuses across the country. Our board members work with our leaders in the states and on individual campuses to bring about change on their campuses and in their communities.

  21. Find College Cards


    FindCollegeCards blog is a blog dedicated to those currently going to college, and those preparing for college. Here, you’re going to find great money saving tips, education advice, and many other articles.

  22. Plan For College


    The Plan For College blog helps high school students and their parents find the best fit and get financial aid.

  23. College Cures


    College Cures is your one-stop resource for all things college! From parties and hangovers to midterms and studying, they have the advice, tips and solutions to get you through it… one College Cure at a time! College Cures is your guide to life in college and beyond. A resource for advice, tips and solutions to everything you’ll encounter when going to college. From parties and hangovers to midterms and studying, they got you covered. They’re your college life advisers.

  24. Full-thyme Student


    Explore delicious, easy recipes for college students on a budget. These recipes are for curious and hungry students who are still in college and want some simple guidance in the kitchen. Or, heck — if you like cheap and easy recipes, you’re in the right place. Needless to say, all of these recipes are original work and feature only ingredients and products used and loved by author Daisy Bun. She dedicated this food blog to millions of college students. College is awesome, and it’s even better when you cook your way through it! It’s thyme to cook.

  25. Best College Fit


    Best College Fit (BCF) was founded on the premise that education holds the key to the attainment of happy and productive lifestyles for both individuals and the communities in which they live. BCF college planning experts are dedicated to promoting access to post-secondary education through healthy, productive, student-centered solutions to college planning.


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