It’s finals week — and the countdown to the last couple of days of the school year. How are you managing stress? If you’re like most students, probably not very well. We’re talking ultra-caffeinated energy drinks, Sour Patch kids and all of their other sugary-sour friends, subsisting on little sleep, avoiding exercise, and not taking any “me” time. While those seem like the tactics to get every minute of studying in that your brain can allow, they’re not as productive as you think.... Read more


How To Fix Your Roommate Issues

Sarah Academics

Has your relationship with your roommate gone awry? Maybe you started out as high school best friends and thought living together would look a lot like the Van Wilder and Taj bromance. Maybe you were serendipitously placed together by your school’s roommate selecting system. Maybe you’re friends of friends of friends because there’s no way you’d consider living with a stranger again. Maybe you’re dating. However you came together, you've got a problem now.... Read more


Top 10 College Locations

Tori General

There’s plenty to be said about the top party schools or the best schools for Greek life. But what if you’re looking to get out a little more? Interested in culture, concerts, sports, nightlife (outside of your corner college bars), good food and museums? These cities are our top locations for attending college. ... Read more


Top 15 Discussions On

Jessica Greek Life

GreekRank is — obviously — known for their rankings. For over a decaded we’ve provided students with a place to place a vote on the quality of their school’s greek life, as well as voice their opinion in our forums. Some of our most active discussion boards feature dozens of students contributing daily. What schools have the most talkative forums on Read more


It’s almost the end of the academic year, summer break is around the corner, and you’re excited about what’s ahead. Come fall, you’ll likely be in a new place — whether you’re graduating from high school and moving to college, or, like the majority of college students each year, simply changing housing. Whether it’s squeezing into a freshman dorm or expanding into a luxury off-campus townhouse, it’s time to take a second look at what you plan to pack and what you’re considering leaving behind as you inch closer to adulthood. ... Read more


We envy the students who knew what they wanted to major in before they left for college. In fact, we even envy the students who still feel committed to the major that they enrolled in, two years later. Why? Because in today’s day and age, commitment to anything is a lot harder to come by. Overwhelmed by indecision (and told we have the ability to do it all), most millenials are finding that because there are so many career options to choose from, picking exactly the right one that will guarantee success and happiness is harder than ever. ... Read more


Best Colleges For Campus Dining

Jessica General

Ask your parents what it was like when they went to college. When it comes to dining, we’ll bet they don't say they had a 24-hour Taco Bell on campus, multiple Starbucks, and the option to dine at a restaurant that was almost in the running for a Michelin rating. But for college students these days, it’s not only common but expected. ... Read more


You’ve heard it too many times before. Practicing gratitude is one of the best things you can do to improve the quality of your life. But your in college, the best four years OF your life, and probably already aware that it’s not going to get any better than this. In fact, you’re right. To help bring this to your attention, we’ve compiled the seven things you’ll miss most about college after you graduate, so you can stop taking them for granted now and start spending even more time engaging in these extra-curriculars. ... Read more