From clothing to accessories and hair items, the Friday Favorite is sure to be a must-read. Check back every Friday for University Chic's Friday Favorite.
If you're bored with the way your dorm room or apartment looks, it may be time to get creative and find some ways to make your living space more fun. Blogger Amanda Ferrara has some easy, inexpensive ways to help!
University Chic recently received two positive reviews from the NACAC (National Association for College Admission Counseling) for our publications, U Chic: The College Girl's Guide to Everything and U Chic: Gettring a Grip On Your Freshman Year, The College Girl's First Year Action Plan.
Leading an unorganized life is not only a bit chaotic but also stressful. If you're finding that you're constantly forgetting assignments or meetings, it's time to get organized. Blogger Tracey Rector has some ideas on how to help!
If you have a friend who is bringing more stress than fun into your life, you might want to consider taking a step back. Blogger Kelly Leslie has been in your shoes and has some advice to share about how to deal with this toxic relationship.
On Nov. 15, University Chic hosted a Twitter chat on college applications. Learn from girls who've been there about best practices, what they regret and their view on the process.
If you want to avoid gaining weight in college, you'll need to make some lifestyle adjustments. UChic blogger Amanda Ferrara has some easy ways for you to maintain a healthy weight during your college years.
From football to basketball to hockey, the late fall/early winter months are great ones for sports lovers. Although the weather is chilly, you shouldn't have to compromise your style to cheer on your team! Blogger Maddie Greene shares her advice on how to rock a look and root for your team at the same time.
Need something to spice up your weekend wardrobe? Are you looking to stand out and make an impression? Each Friday, University Chic's Maddie Greene will give you the insight to this week's must-have weekend item.
Skipping a meal to save calories before a night of partying may seem like an OK idea, but it's actually something that can hurt you in the long run. Blogger Kelly Leslie explains why.