Ah, the month of August. The air is getting cooler, the corn is growing tall, the humidity is disappearing…and it’s time to go back to school. As you make the transition from swimming pools and sunbathing to lecture halls and homework, you may be in need of a couple tips to help you survive that first month back.
Show up to class
It’s always extremely tempting to blow off the first few weeks of class, but once you finally decide to show up, you’ll realize you’ve already dug yourself into a hole. Those classes in the beginning will provide you with an overview of the course and the expectations you’ll need to meet if you want to succeed. If you aren’t there for those first few days, you’ll miss that information. Plus, college is expensive! You don’t want to pay for something that you aren’t even utilizing.
August is the busy month of back to school! So far, your summer has been pretty great. You’ve been relaxing in the sun, hanging out with friends and generally enjoying your free time. Until you read this blog and realized classes start soon… Is the stress sinking in? Check out these helpful tips for how to prepare for the semester.
Make sure you’re registered for the correct classes
There’s nothing scarier than realizing you can’t graduate on time because you took the wrong course. Contact your career development office to confirm you’re on the right track to receiving all the required credits. If you’re on a waiting list, be sure to keep checking its status.
Plan your route
The first week of the semester is always a busy time. Determine where your classes are on campus and where you should park. Some colleges …