Our Guest Post Guidelines
What we do…
Succeeding in college is all about motivation, perseverance, and having access to the right information to do so.
CollegeSuccessLife.com is a college information resource for college-bound high school students, first-generation college students, currently enrolled college students, adult learners, and their families.
Sharing personal experiences about overcoming obstacles and challenges related to college life is very important to our mission.
We only accept original, high-quality guest blog submissions on topics directly related to the college experience.
Topics may include adjusting to college life, college success strategies, college/work life balance, college academic policies, college admissions, and financial aid, just to name a few.
Check out our Guest Post Submission Do’s and Don’ts.
You need to read and agree to abide by the following guidelines before submitting a blog post for consideration.
Do’s and Don’ts
Eligible for Consideration:
- Posts are well written, using the tone and spirit of College Success Life, and requiring little or no editing; formatted with a title, and 500 – 700 words in length.
- Authors’ bio – up to 75 words in length including one link to the author’s website and/or social media. Authors also have the option of submitting a photo with their bio.
- Post submissions must be original content and cannot be re-published elsewhere, but may be freely linked to and shared through social media.
- Legitimate sources should be cited appropriately, with links included, and make sure that statistics if used, are up to date
- You retain ownership of your post but, if you do publish elsewhere at a later date, please reference that the work originally appeared on College Success Life and link to our website. When re-posting on your own website or blog, please link to the original version of your article/essay on our site.
- Post submissions must meet our editorial quality standards in order to be published. We are not obligated to provide you with a reason for rejecting your submitted post and we reserve the right to remove and/or delete the post without notice for any reason we deem sufficient.
- Each accepted draft submission is vetted through a plagiarism checker and discrepancies must be resolved accordingly.
- We also reserve the right to edit blog posts as necessary and to select an image from our own photo library to illustrate the blog posts.
- If you would like to submit your own image to illustrate the blog post, please only send images that you own or have permission to publish, and include all credits and/or attributions required for the image.
Ineligible for Consideration:
- Posts including authors bios that advocate, encourage use, and/or link to essay writing sites, loan providers, and other for-profit student related entities including for-profit educational institutions.
Disclaimer: The comments, opinions, and/or recommendations including products/services expressed by guest bloggers do not represent an endorsement by College Success Life. We always encourage all of our readers to initiate their information literacy skill sets whenever they visit our site and engage in our content.
Please contact us with questions about submissions. We get swamped with emails. So make sure you include in the Subj: College Success Life Guest Post Query.
A Word to the Wise...
Whenever a college student faces an academic and/or social challenge, they often ask a peer or a friend first for advice. And that’s okay.
However, resolving the issue to your best advantage often requires consulting with an academic advising professional as well.
Your academic adviser knows the campus academically, administratively, and socially.
And what they don’t know, they can point you to the person who does know. Include this strategy in your current plan for college success.
Disclaimer Reminder: A college student's first line of inquiry should always be with their campus academic adviser. College Success Life Coaching Advising Sessions provide additional problem-solving options to undergraduate and graduate students for further exploration on their individual campuses. Students should always consult their assigned adviser not only during the course selection process but periodically to keep apprised of programmatic changes, testing requirements, course additions/deletions, GPA modifications, etc.
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