Research + News | Topic: College Expectations
Feb 20, 2019
Why Generation Z Is Passing On College
Tim Elmore says that students “feel less dependent on adults to get them ready for the career they’ll choose to enter.” Read his entire blog post here.
Sep 17, 2018
Do Christian Students Want Spiritual Growth From College?
Is spiritual and moral development primary, or even secondary priorities of one’s education? Read the research from Barna here.
Jul 16, 2018
Why Rural Michigan Teens Are Skipping Out On College. It’s Not Grades
The road to college can be scary for small town teens. Read the article here.
Mar 26, 2018
Preparing Your Kids For College
Jim Burns writes on preparing your kids for college on the HomeWord blog. Read the post here.
Aug 14, 2017
Five Decisions Every Freshman Needs To Make
First year students are about to enter an entirely new experience, and meet peers in a new environment for them. Read Tim Elmore’s blog about their upcoming decisions here.
Jul 31, 2017
Top Questions To Ask College Students Before They Head To School
Kara Powell blogs for Fuller Youth Institute and says “it’s never too early to start thinking about life after high school.” Read the blog post here.
Jul 27, 2017
Why Go To College?
IIn partnership with the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), Barna asked American adults about their beliefs on the primary purpose of a college education. Read the results here.
Jun 28, 2017
4 Things Your Professors Wish You Knew Before You Start College
Here’s what several professors around the country offered as their advice for incoming freshmen. Read the article here.
Jun 6, 2017
Out Of The Nest
Tips for Successfully Launching Your Kids into College. A blog post from Rhett Smith for Fuller Youth Institute. Read the blog here.
Apr 27, 2017
College students benefit from later class times
Starting school later may seem like just schoolkid’s dream; However, for college-age students, starting school later may be an academic advantage.
Some people argue that studying during the early morning is the optimal time for the brain to perform complex comprehension tasks. But a new study shows that sayings such as “the early bird catches the worm” may not apply to studying habits. Read the full article here.