A comprehensive college planning and career site for both community college and 4 year college students, that includes financial aid planning, major selection, transfer information, and internship resources.
Use the calculator below to compare the cost of living in two cities. Simply enter your current income, select your current city, as well as the city you are relocating to and click calculate. The cost of living calculator will provide you with the equivalent income needed to maintain your current standard of living.
A recently launched (2016) interactive tool that students can use to estimate whether they can afford to live in their desired city based on their intended college and program of study — before they take on loans.
An informational interview is an informal conversation with someone working in an area that interests you who will give you information and advice. It is an effective research tool in addition to reading books, exploring the Internet and examining job descriptions. It is not a job interview, and the objective is NOT to find job openings.
Extensive listings of internships from 7,000 companies, with additional tools to help you clarify your internship goals and fine-tune your internship search.
Planning and Goal Oriented Books
by Richard H. Thaler; Cass R. Sunstein
Call Number: HB74.P8 T53 2008
Publication Date: 2008-04-08
Thaler and Sunstein offer a groundbreaking discussion of how to apply the science of choice to nudge people toward decisions that can improve their lives without restricting their freedom of choice.
by Judith Boss
Call Number: B105.T54 B68 2012
Publication Date: 2011-01-07
THiNK was written from the framework of understanding that students approach their worlds from a place of opinions and feelings.
Creative Decision Making
by H. G. Gelatt; Michael G. Crisp (Editor)
Call Number: BF448 .G44 1991
Publication Date: 1991-03-01
Creative Decision Making helps you do just that by presenting four paradoxical principles designed to expand the way you think about the decisions you make. The revised edition includes discussion on using positive uncertainty to manage information overload and what you can do to decide creatively in today's more rapidly changing world.