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Generation Mobile

July 15, 2014

Over 90% of students use their mobile phones during class. This infographic takes a look at college students and cell phone use. Source

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Students Love Technology

October 27, 2013

This infographic provides statistics for how much students use technology for their daily lives. It also provides information for what students specifically use technology for. Source

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Where Does All the Money Go?

January 18, 2013

This infographic provides information for college students and spending. It shows how college students spend their money and where the majority of their spending goes to. Source

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How U.S. College Students Use their Technology

January 8, 2013

Most of the numbers are obvious— 87 percent say their laptop is the most important piece of tech and 78 percent say wi-fi is crucial to academic success. But wait, it gets more interesting in items five [Most important sites] and six [Social Networking in Academic success]. Source

Do You Need a Student Affairs Detox?

Do You Need a Student Affairs Detox?

December 10, 2012

This infogrpahic provides a list of things that may mean you need a detox from college students. This infographic is geared towards R.A’s who are near college students all the time and it shows the symptoms that an R.A are dealing with that means they need a break from the college life. Source

Understanding Roommate Matching

Understanding Roommate Matching

October 14, 2012

Room Sync help avoid roommate conflicts before they start by using methodology to help students find the most compatible roommates vs. a random match. The proven impact of roommate conflicts on student retention means that Room Sync could lead to more students graduating from college. Source

An Inside Look at College Admissions Today

An Inside Look at College Admissions Today

September 18, 2012

The changing nature of college admissions in the US has been the source of much stress and confusion to college-bound students and their parents. To understand how the process of getting into college has evolved over time, counselors, educators, students, and parents look to various research studies to derive meaning from the numbers. Source

College Enrolments in Canada: Men vs Women

College Enrolments in Canada: Men vs Women

September 17, 2012

The gap between genders has grown larger in Canadian Colleges in the last five years. Women are out numbering men in most of the provinces as well as an overall average. The statistics compare the ratio of male to female enrolments in colleges across Canada.

Random College Statistics

Random College Statistics

September 13, 2012

This latest infographic deals with a bunch of random college statistics. How many people are graduating every year, how far people travel to get to spring break, the average amount of student debt, even the most common item stolen from college students. If you like random, this infographic is for you. Check out these 42 […]

The Non-Tuition Costs Of Education

The Non-Tuition Costs Of Education

July 26, 2012

High school grads often look at the bill for their upcoming 4 years of college in disbelief. Thankfully, student loans often cover the cost of actually getting them into the classroom, but what about all the additional expenses that came along with their four years away from home? living on their own for the first […]

Things To Do Instead of Studying

Things To Do Instead of Studying

July 17, 2012

YourSash blog presents “Things to do instead of studying (Infographics). Read this and have a great laugh or read more “college fun” topics at our blog. Yoursash Blog is a blog for college seniors, greeks, and college students ready to graduate! Source

Super Big Super Bowl

Super Big Super Bowl

June 14, 2012

Number of seasons between Stanley Cup victories for NHL teams (as of May 31, 2011). And there are those who have never drank from the cup at all. Source