The #METOO movement in making waves throughout our social landscape. In the media, #METOO seems, by and large, focused on business industries, particularly the movie and broadcasting industries, which have quite publically taken action against high power men who abused their position. The ME TOO website shows that the movement encompasses far more than that, … Continue reading #METOO at School
College is a great place to fine tune academic and time management skills. College is also a great place to begin focusing on improving budgeting skills. Whether your parents are paying for your tuition or you are taking loans and paying for school yourself, learning how to manage and save money is important. I am … Continue reading College Financial 101: Hello Digit!
Okay, so thanks to Step 4: Finding Your General Education Requirements you now have a confusing list of courses. The first trick to sorting this out is to match your major requirements (Step 3) with your general education requirements. NOTE: This step is going to take a little time, so maybe give yourself 2 days … Continue reading Planning College Classes, Step 5: Matching Major Classes with General Education Requirements
Typically when we think of Planning College Classes we think about the classes we have to take for our major and the electives we might get to take if we're lucky. (And I'll get back to electives in another post.) But, this is only part of the planning process. We also have to remember that … Continue reading Planning College Classes, Step 4: General Education Requirements
Step 3: organizing your list of course options into a clear chart that is easy to follow and that helps you get your class schedule done for the next four years.
Step 2 in Planning College Classes: Listing your major requirements.
Not sure what do first when it comes to planning your college classes? Here is Step 1 in AcademicRX's 5 step process.
Summer can be fun and games, but just remember to prepare yourself for your first year of college.