Category: Academic Advising
Achieving academic success is always on the minds of college students.
And on college and universities campuses across the country, there are 5 key academic policy strategies available to help most students achieve that very objective.
You enhance your chances for college academic success if you know and use the 5 key academic tools offered by most colleges and universities. Collaborating with your academic advisor regularly increases your chances for success as well.Read More
Have you ever given any thought about your learning style i.e. the best way for you to acquire and retain new information? Knowing how you learn really influences your performance as a learner, whether in school or the workplace.Read More
Enjoying your semester break and, at the same time, preparing for next semester? Hopefully, you are. Now is the time to take a deep breath and assess your academic life/work balance experiences. You need to think about whether or not you are using the best tactics to accomplish your goals.Read More
Final exam season…let’s not be under any illusions. This time of year is the mega pimple of stress! Studying for finals is just plain nerve-racking and overwhelming. Heaven help us if we are carrying 5 courses with a final exam in each one…on top of several research papers.Read More
Keeping Track of My Academic ProgressWhat is a degree audit? Remember the good old days in high school, when every term you would get a report card? Well, that report card has now changed into a degree audit, a collegiate souped-up version of a high school report card.Read More
It’s college application season. Anxiety is building. You want to go to the best college and/or university.”Harvard, Yale, MIT, Princeton, and Stanford are “dream” schools I’ll never be able to afford,”… so you think.Read More
The “invaluable degree audit”, known by different names at different campuses, tracks your complete academic progress/record. The Registrar’s Office is the official keeper of the student’s academic record and all associated academic policies.Read More
When you think of information, probably the first thing that comes to mind is Google and/or Wikipedia. However, did you know that it’s estimated that Google actually accesses less than 4% of all the information now available on the Internet today?Read More
Generally speaking, the Course Withdrawal option allows students having either academic and/or personal difficulties to withdraw from a course(s) and/or school completely, receiving a “W” grade for each course(s). Beware…Read More