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The Job Outlook for the Class of 2017

Companies are still hiring college graduates, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Each year, NACE publishes projections of the hiring landscape for college grads. The most recent Job Outlook publication points to a promising future and far better circumstances than students who graduated amid the Great Recession experienced. Here are the […]

20 Great Gifts for the College Graduate

May is here, and if you’re a college student, that means the end of the school year—and for some, college graduation! If you know someone graduating this year and are struggling to find the perfect gift, here are 20 ideas for consideration—from the practical to the motivating to the heartfelt: Practical Gifts Finishing college and […]

Stress Awareness Month: 8 Tips to Manage Your Stress

April is Stress Awareness Month, which is a good time for college students to take a deep breath and remind themselves that everyone encounters challenging times in life—it’s all how you react and manage them. This national effort to inform people about the dangers of stress, successful coping strategies, and harmful misconceptions about stress is […]

6 Tips to Increase Your Daily Productivity

We’ve all been there. You have a lot to do and don’t know where to begin. You start your hour-long break between classes by returning a few emails and suddenly it’s time to head to your next class. Or, your “quick” Facebook break turns into 90 minutes. It’s easy to waste time on unimportant activities, […]

How to Find Time in Your Schedule to Read

Front Range’s Boulder County Campus has an All-Campus Reads program, this year with a “local” choice — “Fig” by adjunct instructor of creative writing Sarah Schantz. It’s a great choice because the book, Sarah’s debut novel, won the 2016 Colorado Book Award (Young Adult category). The book also was named by National Public Radio as […]

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