Students Should Take Advantage of all College Has to Offercollege volunteers learning

Here’s a quick list for college students to consider as they begin their higher education. If those of us that have graduated could go back, these are the things we would do differently!

College Move-In Day: A Major Milestone for Students and ParentsMoving boxes

With the right frame of mind and a little preparation, you’ll get through it just fine. Here are few tips from Residence Hall experts and parents that have survived the freshmen day move in!

Not All College Talks With Your Parents Need to be Awkward!Reflections

College will be a big change for you and your parents. Conversations about “leaving the nest” can feel awkward, but there are a few things you need to talk about. Check out our 9 conversations about college you should have before your first day.

Niagara University Program Helps Community in Crisisnonprofit farmers market shopping

With the help of NobleCause, Niagara University creates “Community Kitchen,” a program designed to give local residents access to nutritious food.

Surviving the Holidays with Your College StudentFather and Daughter volunteer for Habitat for Humanity

What are your options for surviving holidays with your college student at home through winter break? Get them up and out of the house and engage them in some holiday volunteering!

Universities Engage Students at Day of Service EventsPreparing to volunteer, a group of people in circle smiling down at camera

Many schools incorporate days of service with freshmen orientation or at the start of the school year. Offering a day of service broadens their horizon and makes students realize there is a much bigger community just outside campus.

Pharmacy Students Help Nevada Residents through National GrantHigher education setting, college students listening to speaker

A national grant of $50,000 from NobleCause, an award program to foster volunteerism, is funding the student chapter of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) to recruit and train more student volunteers to assist Medicare beneficiaries in the ASCP call lab.

$50,000 NobleCause Grant Funds New Program at Campus Compact of OregonVolunteer hands

Thanks to a $50,000 grant, Campus Compact works to create racial equity for high school and college students through service. Learn more!

15 Questions to Ask On Your College VisitEmployees engaged at business workshop

In part three of our series about college visits, we share tips and questions to ask to make your next college a memorable – and productive – day. Here are 15 questions to ask during your college visit.

Scheduling College Tours? Begin with Basic QuestionsCollege students take exam

In part two of our series on college visits, we discuss how to decide which schools to visit and when to schedule tours. We share the basics on how to schedule college visits so that you can make the process as easily as possible.