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Rachel, 17 – FUNDED

My dream is to start my own fashion company.

Introducing UChic’s Brand New “Dare to Dream” Care Package!

  UChic is excited to announce our just launched care package. It’s the perfect gift, whether you’re shopping for a girl who’s getting ready to head back to school or an incoming freshman. It’s guaranteed to inspire them to live their dreams everyday. The UChic care package comes with tons of fun surprises for college

Rebecca, 18 – FUNDED

My dream is to be an occupational therapist.

7 Tips for Incoming Freshmen

1. Don’t let freshman orientation overwhelm you.

Meet Our 1,000 Dreams Fund Recipients!

UChic is thrilled to announce the recipients of our scholarship fund.

Everything You Need To Know About Sorority Recruitment (Part 2)

If you’ve ever wondered what happens after bid day is over, this is your guide.

Cindy, 18 – FUNDED

My dream is to help impoverished children.

UChic Style Spotlight: Back to School

Brooke Stafford is a junior at Penn State University.  If you’re anything like me, you change your outfit like you change your Twitter status— frequently and shamelessly. One minute you’re at the gym in your cutoff tank and comfy yogas and the next you’re catching up with your hilarious roommate in your romper and Converse

Everything You Need To Know About Sorority Recruitment

Thinking of rushing a sorority? It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the whole rush process–interviews, mixers, references–but we have a team of sorority experts to share everything you need to know about recruitment. From singing to coordinated outfits, our comprehensive guide will have you ready for fall rush. Questions provided by Chicster Emma Ehlers (an

How Fashion Designer Stephanie Carter Found the Perfect Fit in College

This interview is a part of our Live Your Dreams Stars series where we feature awesome young women who are changing the world one amazing dream at a time. LYD! Stephanie Carter took an everyday homework assignment and made her fashion dreams come true. The founder of Judith March was just a college student when
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