“While I take inspiration from the past, like most Americans, I live for the future.” — Ronald Reagan
Take a coffee break and start thinking about what your next step is, Bobcats.
So many times we are reminded to live in the present, but we still need to prepare for the future. And if you are reading this, you have a future. Whether you are a freshman or a senior, listen well: it’s never too early or late to have a game plan. In “Advice for Students: Start Planning Now for Life After College,” Dustin Max tells students not to view college as a break from real life but to start seeing it as a stage of real life. Here’s how:
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Don’t procrastinate! Keep up with your goals by planning ahead
The PACE Center provides mentors and academic coaches for freshman students. Take advantage of the free help to stay on top of your grades!
By Texas State SLAC
It’s never too late to remind yourself that staying up to date with school work now is crucial—especially considering extracurricular activities you may have committed to this fall. Make sure to keep up with all of the readings and homework for your classes. The longer you put them off, the harder it is to catch up, and the more likely you will become overwhelmed the night before a test or project due date. Bad grades at the beginning of a course are very hard to bring up at the end.
Here are three tips to help you keep going: Continue reading
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