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Finding a New Balance - Helpful Tips During Changing Times

Just as suddenly as it began, it seemed to be over.

As more and more days began to pass, talk and rumors circulated within the air.  Next thing you know, the rumors became true. They became our new reality.  We received the email that all students will have to leave campus, and we will be completing our spring semester classes online until further notice.  A million questions start to fill your head, “What should I pack?”, “How long will we be off campus?&…

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It's Midterm Season!

It’s hard to believe that the semester is already halfway over. This has been the fastest semester of my life to date, but it has also been the busiest. Midterm season came faster than I thought it would. With clinic and all of my classes, as well as balancing a job and making time for myself so I don’t collapse, finding time to study seems impossible.

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Prioritizing plays a large part in achieving success in college, especially in grad school.

In my personal opinion, …

Posted by Dave Pasquini in Academics, Skills for Success on Monday October 21, 2019 at 12:58PM
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Time Management 101

The biggest adjustment from high school to college has to be time management. In high school, you’re in school for eight hours a day, participating in extracurricular activities, and you still have to eat and do homework. You barely have time to think on this busy schedule, and everything has a set time for when it gets done. When you get into college, you suddenly have more free time than you know what to do with. This may seem like a good thing, but free time is actually a double-edged …

Posted by Dave Pasquini in Skills for Success on Friday September 27, 2019 at 01:25PM
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