College Essay Topics

Football as an Intramural

Abstract Intramural sports present a fun way for students to spend their time at school, and provide an excellent opportunity to introduce themselves in the new world of college. Students get the chance to meet new people by playing against them in various sports such as softball, volleyball, and basketball. These sports are also co-ed,… View Article

Three Men in a Boat

You live life only once ,but if you live right, once is enough. The same truth applies to one’s career decision because the career you choose is going to live with you through out your life and education will be your most loyal friend which will help you to achieve your career goals. Moreover, education… View Article

My career as a Computer Technician

In today’s time, some of the best career choices can be found within technology. A significant part of technology, computers, is an ever changing field, constantly growing and expanding to make newer, faster, better computers. One of the best fields within this division is Computer Technician. There are many reasons why this position is a… View Article

Why Are Some People More Successful Than Others in College?

College is a daunting endeavor. As if high school is not enough, a student going through college often faces a tough reality check. College is not a higher level of education for nothing. It is a demanding undertaking if one is to graduate with academic substance. It is a whole different world for a young… View Article

Why are Some More Successful than Others in College?

There are several reasons why there are some individuals who are more successful than others in college. Some of these are the following: The first is known as “inadequacy or excessive self-confidence” (Smith, 1923). A college student whose self-confidence is inadequate may jeopardize his or her college career as he or she may fail to… View Article

Who drops out of college and why?

One Source Cited: February 1995, Fox offers obvious examples of partiality in its presentation of exploring why students struggle to maintain full-time academic work loads. Consequently, this sparks debates about whether students are ‘taking their education seriously enough’ (par. 9) or whether there are more important factors that are restricting students from meeting these deadlines…. View Article

My First Step Into College

As I have started my college career I noticed that the writing is a lot harder than it ever has been before. More in depth, more to do and of course the deadlines and due dates are much shorter. Time and time again I’m reminded that my time management skills have really brought down my… View Article

Students working while in college

Back in 70’s and 80’s, going to college and getting a degree did not seem much of a necessary thing to do. Students, who used to have enough time, enough money or much interest in doing so, used to go to college. Other students, by the end of their high school used to start looking… View Article

Patterns for College Writing

            I spent the night before contemplating how I was going to get out of school on Thursday.  There was a social studies test I didn’t study for and I just could not bare another day of dodge ball.  On the morning of September 11, 2001 I woke up “sick”.  I pleaded with my mother,… View Article

Importance Of College Education

A college education is a necessary ingredient for a good job and comfortable lifestyle. In fact, all parents would love to see their children find successful, rewarding careers. Everyone rejoices when a child in their family graduates in college and finds a rewarding and fulfilling job related to one’s chosen field of interest. It’s no… View Article

The Personal Statement Instruction

Question 1 Focus: Academic Preparation Question: What is your intended major? Discuss how your interest in the field developed and describe any experience you have had in the field – such as volunteer work, internships and employment, participation in student organizations and activities – and what you have gained from your involvement. My early academic… View Article

Personal Responsibility for College Success

I. To obtain college success through personal responsibility one must take ownership of their goals and ambitions. By prioritizing task such as managing time, setting realistic goals and keeping healthy, one can achieve personal career success. II. Body A. Definition of personal responsibility 1. Personal responsibility is when one solely takes responsibility over a something… View Article

Thesis Project

My senior year of college required me to do a thesis project.  As a drama major I had to choose and direct a full length play.  From the moment I began choosing this project, until its completion; I learned a lot about myself, mainly how I approached and solved problems.  I had two primary goals… View Article

Coming of Age in New Jersey by Michael Moffat

Michael Moffat studied the life of college students in a co-ed dormitory living environment at Rutgers University in the late 1970’s and mid 1980’s. His book, Coming of Age in New Jersey: College and American Culture draw on writings of actual students and provide detailed accounts of the sexual histories and activities of both male… View Article

Obtaining a college degree

Obtaining a college degree is one of the most important goals in my life. I know that with a college degree I could have better opportunities to realize my dreams. I am an international student and I find life in this country exciting, new and it seemed that everyday is a learning experience. I feel… View Article

Berkeley College

Today’s generation is now considered as only one click away. The World Wide Web has undoubtedly disregarded all the distance and is successfully connecting people from all the parts of the world. As a matter of fact, computers are now used as classrooms. An online school wherein you get to learn all things a normal… View Article

Transfer University Application

College is the educational stage where students from different States, and sometimes even different nations, converge to learn. But not everybody has the same view about attending a college or a university. Some high school graduates are raring to go to college, while some choose not to continue with their studies and secure a degree…. View Article

High-Risk Drinking in College

The independent variable in the article is alcohol consumption of college students. Alcohol consumption is measured by the frequency and amount of drinking. The frequency of drinking is determined by the number of times a college student drinks in a given period of time while the amount of drinking is assessed by the number of… View Article

Tuition Fees in United States

Introduction In their best-seller book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki and his co-author Susan L. Lechter encourage people to grow their assets instead of liabilities. In other words, they suggest that we, anyone who wants to be rich, should not spend our money in any way that is no relation with assets creation…. View Article

Solution/s to High Tuition fees at California State Universities

The problem of high tuition fees has faced many students nowadays. In order to get a decent job in future, a student needs to attend college. However, many students are having a very hard time paying tuition fees because they are very high, and have even been increasing during the recent years. Have you ever… View Article

College: A Sound Investment

Cost is always about loss. When we consider opportunity cost, we consider what losses an opportunity brings us. One of the most enduring “opportunities” individuals receive is education. Society is immersed in messages about the benefits of education, but what about the costs? Any important decision should involve a sound cost-benefit analysis. Do the benefits… View Article

This I Believe

“Come on Blake just one time, no one will know, just take one sip and one puff.” And from that day forward I started smoking black and mild’s, which lead to a daily routine. In high school, I never thought I would smoke nor drink, until I went to college. Being in high school, I… View Article

A Letter Concerning the Tuition Fee Increase in the Campus

This academic year in our school had been very exciting and full of learning for the students. The school had been efficient enough in providing us the quality education that students’ need in preparation of their future careers. However it had been a serious issue in the campus among us, students, the continued increase in… View Article

Advantages of Living with Parents in College

When we see graduation caps in the sky, accompanied with laughter, applause and cry, it is a signal that we just welcome ourselves to the new world after high school. As we step into a college world as a new and fresh collegian, there are many facets that we have to think and decide, especially… View Article

Inspiration for Inquiry

The school that is subject for evaluation in this paper is a charter school in Michigan, a publicly funded school, which means, the students are not allowed to pay any charges beyond the funds allocated to the school.  The state and the local district is the one that provides for the operation.  Since the school… View Article

High School and Prom

‘’ Did I dream that we danced forever, in a wish that we made together on a night that I prayed would never end ‘’ One of the most unforgettable moments in my life is in my high school days particularly the most awaited event of high school student is the junior and senior prom…. View Article

The Life Plan After College

The Life Plan will help you to achieve your short-term, mid-term, and long-term life goals. It allows you to visualize your future. Its focus is on three major life areas, academic, career, and personal. Individuals who have a clear vision of their future have a greater likelihood of realizing their dreams and goals than those… View Article

Greek Life in American Campuses

The statement that Greek Life in American colleges and universities merely consists of drinking sessions and parties is nothing but an unfounded assertion. Similarly, the claim that students who join fraternities and sororities should expect to see their GPAs start sliding down has never been sufficiently supported by factual information. In other words, these are… View Article

How to succeed in the first semester: Guide for the freshman

Succeeding in a freshman’s first semester is a challenging task as it presents a whole new level of academic inquiry, excitement, adventures, and challenges. The independence acquired in college is never an assurance that it would be a smooth sailing. Rather, it would give the student a topsy-turvy ride and the first semester is a… View Article