I understand that the process of picking the right major can be stressful. You feel like a lot is riding on this decision and in a lot of ways you are right. What you choose to study will shape your academic career.
College students are encouraged to create healthy, professional relationships with their professors both in and out of the classroom. Professors have access to an entire network of resources that can help advance you academically and professionally. Don’t squander these opportunities by coasting through classes.
Career advisors are worth their weight in gold and you should meet with your frequently and early! (By early, I do mean as soon as you get on campus. The first day of school if possible would be best.) The reason I am so adamant about you creating a strong relationship with your career advisor early on is so that they can help you make the most of your academic career to prepare you for a strong head start post-graduation.
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Trust me. Academic advisers are indispensable. Strive to get as much face time with them as possible.
There is a method to the madness of graduating in 4 years or less. Being strategic about the way you schedule your classes will help you cross the finish line strong!
Your resume is a reflection of your accomplishments and hard work. Now is not the time to be humble. If you did amazing work, own it! Show off to potential employers how promising you are.
Personally, I have two degrees and yes, they are completely worth it. I have a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Marketing and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Liberal Studies. I knew long before I started at the University of Houston that I wanted a degree in Liberal Arts. I’ve always valued a liberal arts education and I believed it would round out my educational experience at U of H. (I was right).
If you are an amazing student, whoever writes a letter for you wants to do it well. Give them as much material and time to write a killer letter.
Virtually all colleges and universities alike come equipped with a career services center. The biggest mistake students make in their academic career is waiting until the semester they graduate to prepare for their professional career. Career services offer an abundance of different resources to make you successful post-graduation. Think of it this way-their job (the [...]
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Although it can be difficult, it is possible to balance the two without sacrificing the full university experience.