Taking Stock of the First Semester in College

So you just finished the first semester in college. It wasn’t an easy one and things couldn’t have been more different than what you were expecting. But don’t despair your experience is not unique and there is nothing abnormal about it. Here is yet another listsicle with the things that almost all freshmen experienced during their first semester in college.

  1. This is hard stuff. Yes, transitions are always though and when you transition from high school standards and expectations to college ones things are bound to be though. So what you are feeling is normal and almost everybody went through a similar experience. I can promise you that it will get better the second semester and the rest of them will get easier. Hang in there.

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College Costs between 1998-2016

tuition-fees

Here is the link to some historical information on tuition and fees as well as room and board costs charged by about 3,000 colleges and universities in the US, between 1998 and 2016.

The list includes 2- and 4-year, public and private-for, and private not-for-profit. These are sticker prices (as in published tuition and fees) and do not include tuition discounts.

http://www.chronicle.com/interactives/tuition-and-fees

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