With another semester coming to an end, many students are beginning to plan for the next enrollment period which marks the beginning of a new semester. Even if you are not in college yet, it's important to familiarize yourself with the college enrollment process.
Some opportunities discussed may be specific to the Cornell University Human Development major plan. However, the job prospects and general experience is universal.
Feeling like you’re running out of things to do in quarantine? Want to feel more relaxed while you’re working or when the school year starts? This is a great time to get in tune, explore genres of music, and boost your mood all at once!
These time management tips serve as a guide for college students. Given that there is not a fixed lifestyle routine in college, prioritization and organization are the foundations of success.
In college, attaining the required textbooks for courses can be stressful. These tips may be helpful for college students at any level, especially first years.
Trigger warning: The following article will mention statistics and data from the CDC website https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/cases-updates/cases-in-us.html regarding the lives lost during the COVID-19 pandemic and other sensitive content regarding the situation. Furthermore, two contrasting social psychological theories will be applied to analyze the trends in behavior across the United States during this time.
During the era of COVID-19, individuals might be seeking out guidance for career, internship, or college related applications. One of the most useful tools to help guide you in the process of applying or opportunity-searching is to network.
To the class of 2020, I can’t imagine having to start your first year of college amidst the historical and eye opening events of this year. Remember you are stronger than you think and I hope you can find some comfort in this article, followed by some highlighted advice.