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Living and studying in the USA as an international student will bring you many opportunities. These resources will help you prepare for your academic journey and fun new experiences in the United States!

College Lifesaving Hacks

College Lifesaving Hacks

How can you make the college experience easier for yourself? Katherine George, student blogger at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida, shares four lifesaving hacks for college students.

January 11th, 2022
2021, See You Around. 2022, Let's Ride On!!

2021, See You Around. 2022, Let's Ride On!!

Student blogger Hamdiatu Yakubu reflects on the end of the year and what’s coming next. She says, “Take it easy on yourself. Build and develop a safe environment, friendship circle, personally grow, learn and unlearn, love and learn more about yourse...

Travelling Across the United States: Part II

Travelling Across the United States: Part II

Student blogger Aanchal Tangri from India shares her travels across the U.S. in the second post of a two-part series. In this post, she visits numerous West Coast states — Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah. Aanchal is a student at Truckee Mea...

January 10th, 2022
My Top Ten Foodie Neighborhoods in Tampa

My Top Ten Foodie Neighborhoods in Tampa

Katherine George, student blogger from Hillsborough Community College, grew up in Tampa and “had the chance to try most of the popular food destinations in the area.” In this post she outlines her favorite spots.

5 Steps to Have a Great College Experience

5 Steps to Have a Great College Experience

Joao Magalhães, a student blogger from Brazil, is studying at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida. He’s been a student during the pandemic and has 5 tips on how to have a great college experience while the world is still in a challenging...

Words of Wisdom

Words of Wisdom

“College is a weird period of our lives. We are not adults, but we are not kids either. Luckily, today I am here to help with a couple of quotes that have helped me through constant meltdowns almost every college student has,” says blogger Micaela Ba...

January 8th, 2022
Where Can I Study Business Near New York City?

Where Can I Study Business Near New York City?

New York City (NYC) in New York state is the largest city in the USA. With nearly 8 million people living in New York City, there is a wide variety of things to do, see, and eat! Many industries are based in NYC, such as finance, fashion, film,...

Studying at Northwest Missouri State University

Studying at Northwest Missouri State University

Camilo Castelblanco Riveros, who is from Colombia, graduated from Northwest Missouri State University with his bachelor’s degree in biology and psychology with a minor in chemistry. He has accepted an offer to join Boys Town National Research H...

St. Joseph’s is a Top College

St. Joseph’s is a Top College

St. Joseph’s College (SJC) was ranked as a top college by U.S. News & World Report and Forbes. “We are proud to be recognized once again as one of the best colleges in the nation,” said Donald R. Boomgaarden, PhD, SJC president....

Category: Student Voices
January 4th, 2022
International Financial Trading Competition Winners

International Financial Trading Competition Winners

In just a month, a team of Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIU) graduate students grew $500,000 into $1.25 million and claimed a top prize in an international financial trading competition. Competing against 385 other teams from around the w...

December 22nd, 2021
I Miss Los Angeles' Art Museums with All My Heart

I Miss Los Angeles' Art Museums with All My Heart

Laura Salazar is an international student from El Salvador at Otis College of Art and Design. She says, “One of the things that I’ve missed the most during the pandemic has been visiting the museums in SoCal. California has some of the be...

Studying Architecture at Kent State University

Studying Architecture at Kent State University

Maíra Furtado Faria, originally from Brazil, has a master’s degree in architecture from Kent State University. What Maíra loved the most about Kent State was getting to meet and study with people from all over the globe. Her bigge...

Community College Student then Professor!

Community College Student then Professor!

Duc Pham from Vietnam studied at Santa Rosa Junior College for two years before graduating from an Ivy League university. Duc credits the community college system with his success and notes the strength of a community college is that it “welcom...

Computer Engineering in California

Computer Engineering in California

Htet Enedray Tun from Mandalay, Myanmar, is a junior majoring in computer engineering at Glendale Community College (GCC) in Glendale, California. She chose to go to GCC because of its variety of academic majors, the campus’ safe suburban locat...

Run, Don’t Walk for These Classes

Run, Don’t Walk for These Classes

Do you wonder what classes you should take freshman year? Student blogger Micaela Baquero, a student at Santa Rosa Junior College, says “run, don’t walk for these classes!”

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