Category Archives: college
It wouldn’t be college without midterms and finals. We probably spend most of our time trying to study, instead of actually having a systematic way of doing it. Don’t worry, eventually you’ll find your groove because your grades depends on it. It’s okay to feel nervous about your first college exam, or any tests for
Now that you’ve settled into your dorm room, here’s your chance to get to know your dorm mates outside your hall mates. Here, we’ve listed some main reasons why you should start mingling with other students on campus now: Making friends, of course! Maybe you’ll become best of friends or not, but that’s completely okay.
How exciting! The new school year is about to begin! Here’s what to expect during your first week of college. RESIDENCE HALLS: There will definitely be a high level of excitement flowing inside the residence halls. Throughout the week, Resident Assistants will put on hall-wide social events for residents to attend so that you can
Your college career is about to begin! Enjoy the memes!
Let’s talk about the dreaded “Freshman 15.” You might have heard about it, but for the uninitiated- it’s an expression associated with freshmen gaining weight during their first year in college. The cause of the weight gain is due to a combination of increased consumption of junk/fast food, lack of exercise and sleep, and alcohol
We are merely weeks away from the start of the new school year! New friends, classes, opportunities, and adventures await you! Before we dive in, let’s discuss the transition into college life. Simply and bluntly put, it will be overwhelming. Don’t fret! Here are a few tips to help you get your bearings straight. Subvert
It’s August, which means classes will be starting up again. Here are some memes to help ease you through the upcoming transition.
Move in day is a day that puts you into a roller coaster of emotions, but mostly it’s a combination of nervous-excitement. The best way to describe it is organized chaos. Depending on the campus, ResLife manages the flow of students. By separating students move in times into unique blocks of time(usually one hour blocks),
As we march closer to move in day, you’re going to hear/read more about Resident Assistants. Resident Assistants (RAs) are trained, college-aged mentors. Most of the time, they’re sophomores and juniors. They help to create a supportive and safe environment for students living in the residence halls. RAs can be an immensely helpful resource, especially