The world is always changing. And so are the concerns and interests of young women in college. We thought about this a lot when we working on our 4th edition of our best-selling guidebook to college, UChic: College Girls’ Real Advice for Your First Year (And Beyond!) For this new edition, we totally revamped the

I Wish I Knew is a series of personal essays written by the courageous young female ambassadors of UChic. Learn how to survive and thrive during your freshman year from girls who have been through it. This week we are featuring UChic blogger and ambassador Alexis Grippi. Grippi is a student at Immaculata University. Freshman

I Wish I Knew is a series of personal essays written by the courageous young female ambassadors of UChic. Learn how to survive and thrive during your freshman year from girls who have been through it. This week we are featuring UChic blogger and ambassador Clarissa Ford. Ford is a student at Temple University. Like most high

I Wish I Knew is a series of personal essays written by the courageous young female ambassadors of UChic. Learn how to survive and thrive during your freshman year from girls who have been through it. This week we are featuring UChic blogger and ambassador Sarah DeGeorge. DeGeorge is a student at Centenary College. I remember

I Wish I Knew is a series of personal essays written by the courageous young female ambassadors of UChic. Learn how to survive and thrive during your Freshman Year from girls who have been through it. This week we are featuring UChic blogger and ambassador Ana Berkovich. Berkovich is a student at Missouri State University.

I Wish I Knew is a series of personal essays written by the courageous young female ambassadors of UChic. Learn how to survive and thrive during your Freshman Year from girls who have been through it. This week we are featuring UChic blogger and ambassador Katie Jones. Jones is a student at Missouri State University.   Freshman

The school year is rapidly approaching, and for some of us, it is already here. One of the most exciting (and anxiety-ridden) times of my senior year was looking for my future freshman-year roommate.  I have used just about every social media outlet to search for the “perfect” roommate such as Facebook, Twitter, RoomSurf, and

Almost four years ago, I walked into my college dorm with the immense need to “find” myself. Now, more than ever, I’ve realized that college isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about learning and understanding what it means to be comfortable in your own shoes. Whether it is asking for help, lending a hand, doing well in or epically failing your classes, making mistakes or making friends, college is really about solidifying who you are and what you believe in.

  By: Amanda Cross, University of Central Arkansas Choosing a college can and will define the next four years of your life; and I’m here to help you along with your collegiate selection journey. Chicsters everywhere rejoice, here’s how to find the best college for you! 1. Figure out what you want out of college: