By James B. Robson
Written by a college dean, this book offers a different perspective, full of sound academic advice and answers to the many questions common to college freshmen.
Posted: 11/19/2007 01:42 PM EST more »
By Randal Pinkett
This is a great tool to teach college students the elements of business and entrepreneurship, including how students can apply them to campus life and academics, ultimately launching their own successful businesses.
Posted: 11/19/2007 01:41 PM EST more »
Class Dismissed: 75 Outrageous, Mind-Expanding College Exploits (and Lessons That Won't Be on the Final)
By Ben Applebaum, Ryan McNally and Derrick Pittman
Class Dismissed provides tales taken from the popular web site CollegeStories.com along with tips from the authors on how the lessons learned outside of class help students adjust to adulthood.
Posted: 11/19/2007 01:35 PM EST more »
College in a Can: What's In, Who's Out, Where to, Why Not and Everything Else You Need to Know About Life on Campus
By Sandra Choron and Harry Choron
This husband-and-wife team put together a comprehensive book full of information and profiles on a wide range of topics, such as dating, studying, cooking and roommate issues.
Posted: 11/19/2007 01:37 PM EST more »
By John C. Attig
This book provides strategies for saving money and time while in college. By accelerating the completion of undergraduate study in three years, you avoid unnecessary time spent on education by using your best financial asset: your brain.
Posted: 11/19/2007 01:36 PM EST more »