International students flock to Rochester's colleges and universities
By the time you graduated from high school, you'd probably been sitting next to the same classmates since freshman year, middle school, or even elementary school. By now, you're ready to get out of that bubble and meet new people.
A guide to Rochester's unique movie theaters
Many of you are eager to spend freshman year partying, exploring Rochester, getting involved in campus activities, and partying some more. Studying will presumably fit in there somewhere.
Cut down on your debt load by picking up a part-time job
College: it's an eye-opening experience during which students can gain a wealth of knowledge. Savor it, because it's about the only thing that will increase in wealth during your time in academia.
Eight party locations for the 18-and-under crowd
Ah, freshman year. A new campus, a new city, and new people.
Get to know your new city through this off-campus scavenger hunt
Hey, smarty pants! Welcome to college.
College life will probably keep you pretty busy. But there's lots going on in and around Rochester all year long, so you'll want to put aside the books every once in a while and get off campus.