1. Get Involved

2. Develop Study Skills

3. Manage Time Effectively

4. Seek Guidence


Get Involved

Many students drop out of college or have difficulties due to isolation from peers and staff. Involvement in clubs, organizations, study groups, etc. often makes the transition from high school to college easier. By talking with peers, you will be able to support one another during this crucial time. Communicating with staff and professors will help you plan your academic path. It's important to cooperate and interact with people both socially and academically.

Many clubs and organizations are offered for students, including: student government, cultural organizations, community activities, sports, and study groups. Contact Student Services to get more information about the activities available at your college.

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