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Going to College Far from Home: How to Make the Most of It

No matter how exciting going to college far from home may be, it is easy to lose yourself in self-doubt. Find some reassurance from a student that did it too.

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Struggling with Impostor Syndrome at NYU

Impostor syndrome can discourage you from pursuing transformative life experiences—here’s how you can get it out of your way!

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Choosing NYU From Home

Can’t physically visit campus? You are not alone. Check out how some current students made their decision to attend NYU without being able to visit.

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Choosing a College When You Can’t Make It to Campus

The world has changed and the process of choosing a college has too! Here are some tips and tricks for making a decision when you canʼt make it to campus.

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How to Maximize the “College from Home” Experience

NYU or NYU-Zoom? Whether youʼre on your first or last semester of NYU, here are some ways to be successful while experiencing a “college-from-home” year.

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Discover Your Passions with a Little Help from MLK

These MLK quotes will give you the inspiration you need.

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Between Now and Then: What to Do After ED I Admission

Hereʼs what’s next after the ED I admission release.

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Using College Resources to Enhance Your Experience

Although college is a fun and exciting time, itʼs important to take advantage of various resources in order to make the most of your four years.

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Making Connections as an International Student in Shanghai

Making connections while attending college abroad is a challenge many students face. Read to know more about how to make friends and network in China.

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Transitioning to NYU Shanghai: 4 Qilins Give Their Advice

Chinese Nationals from NYU Shanghai give advice to their future classmates.