campus life

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Understanding March Madness

Americans call the college basketball championship "March Madness" for a good reason. Here's why.

Sports give international students a gateway to U.S. college life

Through sports programs at universities, athletes are able to compete and pursue their studies. Other students participate by watching their school's team.

He won a Nobel Prize, and helping students is in his...

Nobel laureate and microbiologist Aziz Sancar helps students from his native Turkey adjust to the U.S., and introduces U.S. students to Turkish culture.

Thinking about studying in the U.S.?

Want to study in the U.S.? Log in to a November 18 live, virtual college fair to get all the information you need. Register at

Take charge, take a U.S. degree [video]

About 900,000 international students pursue degrees in the U.S. each year. They study hard, but fun and friends are also part of the experience.

100 colleges, in one place, for one day

The International Students Day fair on Wednesday, May 13, is a great chance to connect with admissions counselors from colleges throughout the U.S.

Applying to U.S. schools? Get good advice, online and off.

So you’ve decided you’d like to study in the United States. Congratulations! You’ll need to prepare, and a great place to start is EducationUSA’s Online...
University of Tennessee graduates (AP Images)

Questions about studying in the U.S.? Tune in for answers.

Do you plan to study in the U.S. in the near future? Do you hope to later on? Participate in an online chat on Wednesday,...