Maybe you’re a freshman with no idea where your academic interests lie. Or a sophomore planning to change majors. Or a junior thinking about dropping some classes because they cut into practice time for your new band. Or a senior with a serious case of indecision. Whatever your situation, you may be considering adding a fifth year to your program.
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I know this is simple advice for high school and college students, but get a planner. I could not live without mine, and by live, I mean I would have missed assignments, class and activities without it. They come in many different types, sizes, colors and themes. You can get them at your campus supply store emblazoned with your school logo and colors, you can get it at the local bookstore, or order it from your favorite clothing designer. Read more
Making College Count author Patrick O’Brien shares advice about how to achieve college success both inside and outside the classroom.
You’re working on college success but you need an internship to be in a position to get a job. Be creative and you can put yourself ahead of your classmates.
It’s midnight, maybe later. You’re beat. You’ve just survived a day that included 4 hours of classes, 4 hours at your job, 4 hours of studying, and an hour-long meeting of the architecture club. In between, you went for a run and had a couple of unsavory meals. No wonder you’re beat.