Skip to main content


College & University


Students will special needs shouldn't get discouraged. Find a learning coach or a tutor to help you with picking classes, creating a study schedule and planning.

College students with learning disabilities need extra support at college

By • Catholic Online • 10/6/2011

Students with learning disabilities such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD face special challenges when they go off to college. Many students will be moving out of their parents' home and onto a busy college campus with new academic workloads and a multitude of social and ...


Catholic Colleges Unite to Defend Religious Liberty, Oppose Illegal Contraceptive Mandate

By • Cardinal Newman Society • 10/1/2011

Catholic institutions will not compromise on the question of the immorality of contraception and sterilization or the grave injustice of abortion.  The administration seems to be telling Catholic institutions that the only way we can operate in their America is to abandon our core ethical ...


While SAT scores are important, top schools instead look at students' academic achievement first -- grades, class rank, and the types of courses they've tackled,

Just how important are SAT scores to get into college?

By • Catholic Online • 9/30/2011

Towards the end of their senior year, millions of American high school students prepare for their SAT scores. There is much heightened interest and nervousness, as for many of these students, a passing grade guarantees them entrance to the college of their choice. But how really important ...


At least 1,825 college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die from alcohol-related unintentional injuries, including motor vehicle crashes.

The bigger the drinker, the lower the grades

By • Catholic Online • 9/15/2011

Parties are a big part of any college student's experience. Big keg parties, where copious amounts of beer are quaffed are all part of the "Animal House" experience. There's a downside to all the good times, however. According to a new study, the more college students drink, the lower their grade ...


A study at Ohio State University has found that college students who use Facebook have lower grades and spend less time studying.

Study: College students spend way too much time on Facebook

By • Catholic Online • 9/2/2011

A study at Ohio State University has found that college students who use Facebook have lower grades and spend less time studying. According to Aryn Karpinski, a co-author of the study, and doctoral student in education at Ohio State University, says that "perhaps the lower GPAs could ...


In college, the young, and usually unprepared young person must address problems that inevitably arise from becoming a full-fledged adult.

First-year college students face varying problems

By • Catholic Online • 8/26/2011

Many first year college students find themselves away from home for the first time in their lives, and being responsible for their own health, wealth and happiness. It is here that the young, and usually unprepared young person must address problems that inevitably arise from becoming a ...


College students may also consider taking jobs at nearby theme parks or resort. Such a temporary assignment is more often than not more like a summer-long adventure.

The best jobs for college students are usually service oriented

By • Catholic Online • 8/23/2011

For many college students who have to "work their way through school," i.e., work a part-time job in order to pay for books and tuition, the challenge is finding a job that can be scheduled around school time that provides quick cash while aiding in the development of social skills. LOS ...


For students who enjoy watching collegiate sports, many schools have student spirit organizations that allow students to attend sporting events, sit in a special student cheering section to applaud the home team.

Extracurricular activities seen as a must for modern college students

By • Catholic Online • 8/23/2011

A college student who applies themselves exclusively to their studies is not necessarily a good thing. One of the main objectives of a college education lies in preparing young people for engagement in their surrounding communities, outside of the expected academic requirements. All work ...


In Computer and Information Sciences, students are exposed to areas such as robotics, natural language recognition programs, artificial intelligence, programming languages, numerical analysis, and gaming technology.

The top ten most popular college majors

By • Catholic Online • 8/21/2011

In high school, the student is required to sit through history, math, and physical education as per their state's academic guidelines. This all changes once the student enters college, where they are given a wide array of classes in order to pursue the career of their choice. On the ...


It's important to remember that a name-brand college will not guarantee your success.

What is the right college for you? The answers may surprise you

By • Catholic Online • 8/11/2011

How does one pick the college that is right for you, or for your potential college student? There are many colleges out there that offer different courses for different career goals. In many instances, choosing the right college may depend on location and affordability. Experts say that ...





Find your College Now