College-to-Career in 5 steps

1. First Stop: Career Center Think of it as your one-stop for everything you need to start an internship or job search: cover letter and resume help, connections to employers, and, perhaps most importantly, answers to questions like, “What can I do with this major?” Your tuition dollars are already paying for the professional help… Continue reading College-to-Career in 5 steps

Tips and Tricks for Campus Transportation

– Jacob Elmore,  intern at the Indianapolis Business Journal Getting around on campus is different for everyone. If you’re looking for a fun way to get around quickly, think about using a bicycle. I’ve ridden a bike almost every day while on campus since it’s incredibly efficient. Some of the perks of riding include: getting places… Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Campus Transportation

Tips and Tricks for Campus Transportation

– Jacob Elmore,  intern at the Indianapolis Business Journal Getting around on campus is different for everyone. If you’re looking for a fun way to get around quickly, think about using a bicycle. I’ve ridden a bike almost every day while on campus since it’s incredibly efficient. Some of the perks of riding include: getting places… Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Campus Transportation

Buying Books And Saving Money

– Jacob Elmore,  intern at the Indianapolis Business Journal Throughout my time in college, I’ve heard all kinds of ridiculous amounts of money that people have spent on books. Usually the range is anywhere from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars. Although I have a major that isn’t textbook heavy, I still had to… Continue reading Buying Books And Saving Money

Everything I need to know I learned from college… but I didn’t

– Megan Carrell,  intern at the Indianapolis Business Journal As a recent college graduate, I had the privilege of experiencing that wonderful existential crisis of “What now?” Here’s a few things I’ve already learned about being an “adult”.   It’s okay to not know everything. To quote Voltaire, “The more I read, the more certain I… Continue reading Everything I need to know I learned from college… but I didn’t

Ever Wonder: Is It Worth It?

The answer: No question, a college degree is still worth the investment. With student debt levels climbing and uncertainty in the job market (when in history hasn’t there been uncertainty?) it’s easy to wonder if a college degree is still worth the time, money and effort. Researchers from Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce… Continue reading Ever Wonder: Is It Worth It?

Beat These Odds

Half of all Hoosier students who earn a bachelor’s degree take five to eight years to graduate. More than three-quarters of community college students who earn an associate degree take three to six years to graduate. An additional year of college can cost a Hoosier student at least $50,000 in extra tuition, lost wages and… Continue reading Beat These Odds

Notable Nationally Ranked Graduate School Programs in Indiana 2015

Business (overall): Indiana University-Bloomington, Kelley School of Business: 21st University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business: 25th Best Online MBA: Indiana University, Kelley School of Business: 1st Best Business Graduate Programs, by Specialty: Production/Operations: Purdue University, Krannert School of Management, 7th; IU Kelley, 11th Entrepreneurship: IU Kelley, 9th Accounting: IU Kelley, 10th Information Systems:… Continue reading Notable Nationally Ranked Graduate School Programs in Indiana 2015

Work vs. Grad School

With your undergraduate degree in hand, you’ve reached a fork in the road. Should you jump right into the workforce or pursue a graduate degree? Of course this is a question you must consider long before you put on the cap and gown and march up to accept your degree. Having a job lined up… Continue reading Work vs. Grad School

Go Global

The number of U.S. students studying abroad has more than doubled in the last 15 years, according to Forbes magazine. But the overall numbers are still relatively small, with fewer than 10 percent of all U.S. college students studying abroad during their undergraduate years. Students who choose to spend part of their college career studying… Continue reading Go Global

Julian Wyllie

Julian Wyllie looks back on his senior year at Pike High School and remembers believing that he wouldn’t get into Butler University, nor would he be able to pay for it even if he was accepted. As a senior at Butler, he knows now those fears were unfounded. Wyllie followed the advice of a favorite… Continue reading Julian Wyllie