Become a Ninja
University Ninja is a new website that prides itself in providing information/tutorials/and howtos to college students around the world (well, we hope). Our goal is to find information that makes students' lives easier academically, financially, and even socially. Maybe you go to a school where they give free coffee every Wednesday or view free movies on Sundays. Maybe you know of some sort of glitch in the school system that you can take advantage of. If you have that kind of knowledge about your school, we are looking to recruit people to be a part of a larger plan of expanding the site to college specific locations.

If you like the website and you want to join a village of ninjas in tracking information down and sharing it, then you can start by answering the questions below.

Ninja Name: *
Real name not necessary, (Be creative if you like)
Your answer
Email Address: *
If you want us to email you back, will need this.
Your answer
Which college are you attending or did you attend? *
Provide name of school, state, country and website
Your answer
Are you interested in writing articles/tutorials for us? *
We are looking for help all the time, and if you're interested in writing content for our site, let us know. You will get credit.
Are there any topics you would like to see on our website?
Ex: Sports, Food, Movies ?
Your answer
Do you know any special secrets or ideas that might be helpful at your school?
If your idea is specific to your school, like (where is the best place to get free coffee), that's fine too. We don't mind helping people at University/College locations.
Your answer
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The website is still currently under major development. Primarily we are looking at schools in California for the meantime. If you are attending a school outside of California or the country, please go on ahead and submit your info. Will let you know as soon as we can bring your aboard. Thank you for your support!
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