Studies

December 1, 2018

5 Tips To Reaching The Finish Line

1. Gather Your Goals It’s common for students to become overwhelmed and under kept during this time in the academic year. While Professors may be reminding […]
August 28, 2018
Rakeera King

Interview with Rakeera King – Drexel University, School of Nursing ‘19

CORE: What are you studying and why did you choose it? KING: To become a nurse, still deciding if I want to be a nurse practitioner. […]
December 2, 2013

BREAK THROUGH TO STUDENT SUCCESS: MAJORS EDITION

It’s that time of year. The fall semester has taken off, and many new or returning students are seriously considering what to major in for their […]
December 1, 2013

PENN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY APPROVES NEW ACADEMIC MAJORS FOR FALL 2013

Four new programs in dynamic career fields – mechatronics, emergency management, applied technology and magnetic resonance imaging – will soon complement the list of more than […]
November 28, 2013
Concept image of a signpost showing the way to ten different career paths

CAN’T PICK A COLLEGE MAJOR? CREATE ONE

More than 900 four-year colleges and universities allow students to develop their own programs of study with an advisor’s help, up 5.1% from five years ago, […]
November 26, 2013

PENN LAW PRESENTS: THE PRE-COLLEGE SUMMER ACADEMY

High school students from across the United States and around the world enjoyed exposure to different perspectives as they discussed legal issues with each other and […]
November 22, 2013

STUDY: MANY CHOOSE MAJOR NOT ALIGNED TO INTERESTS

Nearly one-third of this year’s freshmen class plans to major in something that doesn’t match their interests, according to a study released this month. Read More.  
October 23, 2013

STUDY TIPS FROM OUR FELLOW CORE SCHOLARS

For many students, the midpoint of the semester means spending late nights in the library, pairing up with classmates to hold study groups, and occasionally meeting […]