Stop giving up on me! Why do I go to a Christian university surrounded by churches yet can't find a ministry for people my age? Why do I go to a school of 700+ students, next to a school of 20,000+, near another school with hundreds more yet can't find a ministry teaching God's word … Continue reading Stop giving up on ME!
Every college is different, but most syllabi have several general principles that almost always apply regardless of where you are and who you are taking classes from. I'll cover general items that are important to know, and then I will cover some things that are specific to my university as examples. A syllabus is a … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Your Syllabus
I've moved for college five times during my time here, and I've moved numerous times before that. It has been brought to my attention that many students have never moved before it was time for them to head off to school, so I thought I would share some of my favorite moving tips. You should … Continue reading The Best Way to Pack and Move into College
I've been combing through hundreds of articles based on a very specifically numbered list of items you should bring to classes, or into your dorm, or for long weekends away, etc. But most of them are very wrong. I don't know anyone who carries around 30 pounds of stuff (like changes of clothes, lunch boxes, … Continue reading What You Really Need for College Classes
Most students leave college with massive loans and no job prospects. Most of my friends are also leaving college with no job experience, no impressive items on their resume, and no extracurricular activities to demonstrate the skills they have learned. This is one of the reasons undergrads have a difficult time finding jobs after graduation. … Continue reading Why Working Makes the Difference in College
Becoming a first time college student is one of the hardest transitions you can make because there is such a small support system in place. Most people leave their families behind, or are too busy to spend quality time with them. Most of the time I spend at home involves me knocking out on the … Continue reading Things Your Academic Advisor Probably Won’t Tell You
I have been reflecting on my first installment of college adulthood, and I have decided that another relevant topic is relationships. I am hardly an expert on independence or relationships; however, I have learned quite a bit about these two concepts during my time as an undergraduate. I have discovered that there is no real … Continue reading How to be an Adult (Sort of): Part II