For many applying to college is a confusing and stressful process, so here are some tips to help make that process go just a little smoother. First, you should begin by figure out what you want to study. Doing this will help you begin to decide what kind of school you want to apply to. After you decide what you want to study you should make a list of schools that could be a good fit for your major and schools you’re genuinely interested in. Once you have yourRead More
The FAFSA is a crucial element to applying to college which may often be an overlooked part of the process. Before we dive into some tips, let’s touch up on some background.
In 1992, the first official laws regarding the Free Application for Federal Student Aid were released. Since its creation, it has run in conjunction witRead More
“Yes, office hours?”
“What are those?”
This is the typical response I have gotten in the weeks leading up to office hours, but now they are here and everyone has finally found out about them (hopefully).Read More
During your next passing period, if time permits, I invite you to check-out one of my favorite spots on campus. On the second floor of the 800s Science Building, a small corner of the outer balcony lies out of the way of student traffic. And yet the vantage point serves many great purposes:Read More
AP Tests may still be a few months away, but it’s good to be ready early. Whether you’re taking just one AP Test or seven, here are a few things you can do to prepare:Read More