Your Time

Time is valuable… once passed, it is gone forever… and you can never get it back! There are only 24 hours in a day, and in College... time will fly by! We will show you how to lead a balanced time effective College life so you can enjoy all of the experiences College has to offer you. Studying and work preparation is very important but it should not run your College life. Implement the following College Survival Book proven strategies, techniques and suggestions, which when effectively utilized, will help assist you in making the best use of your time while at College.

What is the purpose of the College Survival Book?

For roughly the cost of a good meal at a restaurant, to simply purchasing a pair of inexpensive blue jeans which will eventually be worn out over time and no longer reside in your wardrobe… the College Survival Book can be purchased for a very low onetime cost for your entire College and educational career. It will not only last you the full 4 years at College but will also be a great resource throughout your post College life.

We are here to provide you with information about how to choose the right College or University, be well prepared for the application process, successfully transition from High School to your new College and campus life, find and apply on-time for financial aid, grants, loans, scholarships, work-study and much more.

We also include how to obtain the College information you are interested in, financial information that is truly priceless, student life and much more! We match your personal and College educational interests with definitive information to help you succeed in selecting and going to the College of your choice.

We also provide you with the latest inside information on the entire admissions process, financial aid you may qualify for, College planning, all aspects of campus life... the list goes on!

Take a moment to look at the following information which is an overview of some of the great resources you will find in the College Survival Book.

Academic Assistance And GuideLines

Understanding who to talk to right from the beginning of your College planning.

  • Where to go to get your academic assistance immediately.

Utilizing the Financial Aid office.

How to easily ask for parental support as your experience College life.

Student services available on campus you need to know about.

  • Additional areas for College guidance and support you may not be aware of.

Additional Helpful Student Information

How to build a Student-Professor relationship easily to help you succeed at College.

What to do if a professor is not suited to you.

Clubs and activities readily available on campus.

How to work with other students and make your College experience great.

Doing a professional job the first time around made simple.

  • Includes term and research papers as well as professional presentations made easy.

Helpful classroom study habits that you can utilize throughout your College career.

Understanding College exams and being well prepared ahead of time.

How to effectively and easily manage exam related stress.

Your active participation in intramural sports programs available on campus and how it can help your College career.

Planning Your Major

General studies / general education requirements you need to know about.

Saving time and money when planning your education.

How to utilize your general studies counselor on campus.

Understanding College registration and being prepared the first time around.

Transferring from one College to another made simple.

Summer school credit hours earned and how that can help your overall College plan.

Declared major and what that ultimately means to you.

  • Includes getting to know your counselor and planning ahead.

Your 2 / 4 Year Schedule

Everything you need to know about your undergraduate catalog requirements.

  • Includes sample catalog description.

Planning your 2 / 4 year schedule the first time around as an incoming student.

  • Includes sample University studies credit hour requirements.
  • Includes sample departmental (major) credit hour requirements..
Scheduling for 4 years the first time around.
  • Includes sample 4-year semester plan.

Your 4-year semester plan worksheets / Free 4-year worksheets included.

Commonly used College scheduling abbreviations you need to know about.

  • Includes sample class registration.

Things to consider when registering as an incoming student clearly defined.

  • Getting organized by planning your personal schedule.
  • How to easily diversify your class load.

The big answer to “How much do classes really cost?”

Summer session student fee changes you need to be aware of.

Vehicle Transportation At College

Choosing a practical vehicle to have at College.

  • Includes how to get free transportation expense reimbursements while at school.

Vehicle required items and accessories you need to have with you at all times.

Going home safely and reducing your expenses made simple.

  • Includes checking your vehicle mechanical aspects.
  • Free vehicle safety check list for your use.

Weekend plans mean just that – Have a plan! We will show you how.

  • Emergency road service available to you.

Keeping track of vehicle expenses made easy.

Holiday Travel Planning

Dates to remember while attending College.

Understanding the best time to travel to and from campus for all students.

  • Includes weekend warnings you need to be aware of.

The big answer to “How much will you spend traveling to and from school?”

  • Includes how to reduce your travel expenses up to 100%
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