There’s no course or handbook on making friends, especially in college. But there’s a few simple how-tos that can help you out.
We are a community of graduate students connecting deeply with God, one another, our calling, and the mission of helping others do the same.
Though it seems like you’re lowest on the totem pole, you’ve actually got an advantage. Decisions you start this year will shape your future years in college still to come. With this in mind, here are some things that I wish I had known as a first-semester student.
Cathy Thompson and her team of moms have doled out a decade of cookies and biblical advice, but what does the future hold for this creative ministry strategy?
Practical tips for parents with children heading to college.
A parent meditates on sending her daughter to college.
Chronic mental health problems are on the rise, raising serious issues for those working with female students.
As a staff member with Agape Estonia (as Cru is called there), Daire (pronounced DYE-rah) directs Fox Week in partnership with the university. For 10 years, Agape Estonia has helped to organize the event as a way to make the transition easier for new students.
A mysterious phone call helps one Mexico City college student figure out how to serve God on his campus.
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