It’s college graduation checklist time. Get yours in order so you can really celebrate one of the best days of your life!Read More
Yeah! You’ve been accepted to college. Got your financial aid letter. Now you have to plan for attending New Student Orientation. Lots of information, lots of information overload…what is a new student to do!Read More
Did you know that academic librarians are one of the most underutilized student resources on college campuses today? They’re one of the best academic advisers any student can have during their undergraduate experience!Read More
Achieving academic success is always on the minds of college students. Just study hard, do your work, and the grades will come… you can hear that hack in your sleep! Five key strategies exist that can help you achieve your academic and career goals.Read More
In spite of the recent pandemic experience, 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
What is a degree audit? Remember the good old days in high school, when every term you would get a report card? Well, in college it’s called a degree audit, an individualized pathway to achieving your college and career goals.Read More
New Student Orientation is your first introduction to your responsibility as a student on your chosen college campus. In 2021, most colleges and universities will have a challenge developing programs to accommodate our evolution from the pandemic crisis. Pay close attention to your college’s emails and follow their instructions accordingly.Read More
Campus academic librarians are the masters of the information universe and the internet. College students should consult regularly with them, particularly those who have research paper assignments, midterm exams, and final exams.Read More
Using a digital notetaking app can improve the study habits of busy college students. Several on the market are free and offer an extensive number of benefits. Definitely worth the exploration to find out which one best suits your individual needs.Read More
Black Americans or black Americans? Use of small “b” when referring to Black Americans in print and social media…could this be a subliminal, mitigating factor in America’s ethos of racial insensitivity?Read More
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