Education for the Common Good

There’s a lie floating around. You’ve probably heard it. It’s that furthering your education is…

5 Apps Every Student Needs

Evernote Evernote is a multi-device app that lets you organize and share your research and…

What to Know About Loans and Student Debt

With a weak economy and ballooning education costs, going to college requires more students to…

To Actually Get a Job, Sweat the ‘Small Stuff’

Getting a job is important, and the first thing a lot of people think about…

Degrees of Difference

Most students going into grad school assume their experience will be more or less like…

This Can Be the Year You Finally Take the Leap

A new year is a great time for taking a look at how you’re doing.…

What a Master’s Degree Won’t Get You

You wake up in your swanky downtown apartment, get dressed in your favorite business-casual attire…

Are Christian Schools the Best Schools?

A pretty common assumption is that when it comes to Christian schools, you have to…

Upgrade! 5 Backpacks That Give Back

Back-to-school time isn’t just for kids. If you’re heading back to school in any form,…

How to Choose the Right Grad School

For better or worse, most people now think a four-year degree isn’t enough to get…

It’s Not Too Late to Follow Your Calling

Maybe you’re already doing exactly what you planned with your life. If you are, awesome.…

College Is Worth It, Says Economists

College isn’t cheap. On average, you’re looking at about $23,000 per year for school. That…

How to Actually Make Friends in Your 20’s

Most kids find their best friend like this: One kid on the bus sees another…

7 Ways to Go to a Christian University Without Becoming Jaded

So you decided to go a Christian school, and wonder what to expect. Late night…

There Is Now a College Course Called ‘Wasting Time on the Internet’

The University of Pennsylvania is now offering a course where students are required to do…

College Art Student Will Carry a Mattress Around Campus Until Action Is Taken Against Her Alleged Rapist

A Columbia University student named Emma Sulkowicz says that her school and local authorities have…

Study: College Is Worth the Money

According to a new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, despite national…

University of Michigan Unveils On-Campus Napping Station

A student at the University of Michigan may have just started a napping revolution. Transfer…

University Researchers Studying Religion in Internet Memes

Researchers at Texas A&M University have turned their attention to a very significant academic and…

Fed. Targets 55 Colleges in Campus Sexual Assault Investigation

The federal government is investigating 55 colleges around the country as part of a new…

Americans Owe $1 Trillion in Student Loan Debt

If you’re currently making payments in an effort to pay back debt incurred while attending…

Facebook Researchers Identify the Colleges Where Students Are Most Likely to Meet Their Spouse

For students who are looking to find life-long love along with getting their degree while…

A Look at the Most ‘Underemployed’ College Majors

The income analysis group Payscale recently looked at the most “underemployed” college degree programs, and…

Study: College Students Fall into Three Spiritual Categories

According to a new survey from a team at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., when…

The College Majors that Lead Job Satisfaction (and the Ones that Don’t)

Employment compensation-research firm Payscale has released the findings of a new study that looked at…

The Most In-Demand College Degrees Employers Are Looking For

There’s been a lot of talk about the tough job market facing recent college grads,…

The 10 Best Cities for Recent College Grads

MSN has compiled this list of the 10 best cities for recent college grads by…

An Open Letter to Seminary Students

It’s hard to believe that I graduated from seminary nearly six years ago, because I…

College Is Getting More Expensive Than Ever

In an age in which people are weighing the actual value of a college degree,…

3 Reasons Christians Should Consider a Christian College

Choosing a college is one of life’s biggest decisions. And when we posted “3 Reasons Christians Should Consider a Non-Christian College,” many of you chimed in with your opinions and experiences about this formative time of life. Today, we’re introducing the other side of the coin from an admissions counselor at a Christian college.

3 Reasons Christians Should Consider a Non-Christian College

It’s a common opinion that going to a Christian college will cultivate a person’s faith, while attending a secular university may challenge—or even erode—one’s commitment to Christ. But is it really that simple, or is there more to consider when stepping forward into this critically formative time of life?

6 Ways to Waste Your College Education

It’s halfway through another semester of college, and the excitement of beginning a new year…

Graduate School and Seminary Application Dos and Don’ts

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about graduate school and seminary applications dos and don’ts.

Energy Drinks: A Student’s Best Friend and Worst Enemy

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about energy drinks and their possible health risks.

An Education in Meat?

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about offbeat master’s degrees, like a degree in meat science.

Tips for Saving Some Cash

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about small ways to save big.

Prime Part-Time Jobs

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about part-time jobs grad and seminary students should look into.

MBAs Aren’t Always Business as Usual

The RELEVANT Magazine Graduate Guide Slices includes a piece about MBAs that focus on social stewardship.

Maintaining Emotional Health

In an article for the third undergraduate edition of the RELEVANT Magazine College Guide, Bonnie Joy McMaken talks to Bob Neideck of the Taylor University counseling center about how freshmen can maintain their emotional health during this tough transition.

A Field Guide to Social Justice on Campus

Ashley Emert writes an article for the third undergraduate edition of the RELEVANT Magazine College Guide about different areas of social justice—poverty, loss of innocents, violence, creation care and preventable disease—and how freshmen can get involved while on-campus.