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100 Icebreaker Questions for College Students 

100 Icebreaker Questions for College Students 

As the semester begins at college campuses around the country, new activities, classes and clubs start up as well — and that means meeting a lot of new people. Here are 100 icebreaker questions designed to help students make new friends or learn more about their classmates....


College Philanthropy: Recruiting New Volunteers

College Philanthropy: Recruiting New Volunteers

So, you want to start a philanthropic organization at your college or university? You’re on your way to becoming a leader on campus, but in order to be one, you’ve got to inspire others to do join you. Enter volunteers!


22 Tips for College Students to Stress Less

22 Tips for College Students to Stress Less

College students feel more than their share of stress balancing classes, dorm life, extracurricular activities, part-time jobs and social lives. While you can’t erase stress completely, you can fight it on two fronts, taking measures to avoid or minimize stress and developing coping skills to help you relax when college life becomes too stressful....


15 Organizational Tips for College Students

15 Organizational Tips for College Students

College life involves a ton of academic responsibilities topped off with a huge dose of social activities. It’s challenging to balance work and fun. Get and stay organized so you are able to meet all of your academic obligations and have time for your friends....


Campus Safety

Campus Safety

The transition from high school to college can stir up a mix of emotions in parents and young adults alike. Anxiety over safety issues that come with newfound independence doesn’t have to be one of them. A safe college experience is all about avoiding high-risk situations—using the brain that got you into that institution of higher learning for good common sense!


College Nutrition

College Nutrition

Seems like an oxymoron, right? Well, with a bit of attention and care, it doesn’t have to be. Okay, so sometimes it’s hard to resist that greasy slice of pizza at 4am, but for the sake of your brain and your body…try!



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SignUpGenius Gives Ohio Counseling Center Super Organizing Powers
At Syntero Inc., popular children’s superheroes and cartoon characters are a serious matter. The organization provides counseling, clinics and other programs that promote healthy behaviors in adults and children — with a particular focus on helping at-risk kids....

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