Sending my children away to college is something I never pictured myself doing. Before they were old enough, I just assumed they would all stay at home and pick a local, suitable university, or at least one in the same state.
I really hope that some unknown disaster happened, and you were unable to study for this test due to severe injury. Because cramming is not something that I condone, but I happen to be good at it, so I’ll help you out this once.
College is in full swing for many of us now. Schedules are packed, studying is intense, deadlines are sneaking up, and sleep is a distant memory. In the midst of all this, having a place to get some peace and quiet is essential, whether for concentrated study or just a good nap.
As a college student, I have had the opportunity to experience the joys of success and the terror that is failure. After studying my heart out, there is nothing better than seeing the reward of a passing score on a test. But what happens when I don’t pass?
If you’re like me, having a roommate is no new experience in your life. Growing up I had to share a room with sisters at home and friends when at summer camps. But having a roommate that’s not a sibling or close friend for your entire college years can be more of a daunting thing.
The human mind is an astonishing contraption filled with a myriad of wonders and curiosities ranging from the instructions for basic motor skills to emotional inclinations such as romance, hate, passion, and greed.
Maintaining family relationships while doing college kind of sounds oxymoronic, but I promise, it isn’t. After all, many college students manage to balance crazy school and work schedules with building and strengthening family relationships.
Study and hard work are huge parts of my time here at Verity, but there is always room to have some fun and relax while a world of pressure is hovering over my head. Here is just a glimpse into my life as a student and how my normal day might go.
As the school year is kicking back up, it would be great to start off the semester with as many “tools” under your belt as possible. Here are eight college hacks to make your life easier.
Even for the most spontaneous and adventurous of us, there are a few things about college that I would have greatly appreciated knowing before it came to an end.
As you’re thinking about your next step for college programs, here’s a sample rubric for you to start with.
Every Tuesday at 4:00 here at Verity we have something called Symposium. This is a time when select people stand in front of their peers in terror and fright as they deliver speeches. So…why are we as students put through all that stress?
Verity was designed to help students pursue their bachelor’s or associate’s degree at an accelerated pace and maximize on learning efficiency—all from a Christian perspective. But beyond the academics, what does Verity offer as a part of its college experience?
For the millennial entering the workforce, the dreaded interview question has become, “so let’s talk about your experience.”
“Why should I uproot my life and go to a ‘brick-and-mortar’ college campus when I can do everything from home, maintaining the life I already live?”