Category: College Advising
Using the right college academic resources can make working smarter much easier than typically struggling to meet academic challenges. We offer 15 resources we think every college student should use regularly as they plan their pathway to college and career success.Read More
The unprecedented pandemic has upended final exam season for most college and university students across the country, no doubt causing elevated stress and anxiety levels.Read More
Campus academic librarians are the masters of the information universe as well as the internet. College students should consult regularly with them particularly those who have research paper assignments, midterm exams, and final exams.Read More
Having a final exam study routine strategy is a prerequisite for achieving success in college. There is no set formula for creating one. Everyone learns differently. Not having one only serves to compound the anxiety most students experience during final exam season every year.Read More
Many high school seniors are in the middle of making plans to attend college. This can be a very overwhelming experience for them and their families. Our pre-college checklist strategic guide lays out a planning template to help with the process.Read More
Traditional college graduation ceremonies and the coronavirus pandemic cannot co-exist in this New Normal. In spite of its existence, college students still need to pay close attention to the completion of their college’s graduation requirements. And they can achieve that through the regular use of their campus’ degree audit academic advising tool and consultation with their academic adviser.Read More
Online learning in college is not as easy as it sounds. As a matter of fact, it can be a very daunting and challenging experience.Read More
In 2020, the coronavirus epidemic presents higher education with the challenge of providing adequate in-person and/or online classes as a temporary option for returning college students.Read More
Higher education’s New Student Orientation programs in 2020 will be a challenge for most college students. Instead of the traditional on-campus fun and games experience new students dream about, most students will be unable to have that on-campus experience and have to participate in an online new student orientation program instead.Read More
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