College is a place to learn. You can look at almost every major your college provides and get a ballpark understanding of the things you will learn in each major. Often, as was the case for me, you learn the most from the situations you experience in college. I’m a student athlete, and I believe my experiences with training and competing have taught me just as much as my college classes have.
Here are ten things I learned from being a student athlete: Read more
So, it’s summer. Spring semester is finally over, and now you have choices of what you can do for the next three months: catch up or take summer courses, get a summer job, travel, or even just take the time to relax at home.
If you’re like me and are required to take summer courses, there are some things you should know before registering. Read more
For your college courses, what is one item that you as a student probably can’t live without? Textbooks! One downfall many students can identify with is that all of those textbooks can really weigh you down. In fact each of your books can weigh up to 5 pounds. Ridiculous, huh? While you might get a great workout carrying them across campus, I imagine it becomes a tiring process after awhile.
The great news is that a major shift is occurring in the textbook industry. This is the age of eBooks! They are quick, they are easy to use, and they are fast becoming the norm, so if you haven’t jumped on the tech train yet, this is your perfect opportunity to do so. Read more
Whether you need one more class this summer to graduate or are working a part-time internship 500 miles away from your university, taking an online classes for college may be the answer to earning your degree sooner! Also known as distance learning, online classes are becoming increasingly popular, even with students who study at college full-time. Just be sure to consider all the potential pros and cons before committing to any online classes. Read more