Once the offers start rolling in, acceptance letters are piling up and the tough decision has been made… you’re off to college and staying close to home is important –but why? Some college students that choose to go to school far away from home feel like they want to get away as if distance really matters. What they don’t understand is that once they’re on campus, they are away from home and making all their decisions
Earning a degree is hard work. Let’s face it, four years of classes, labs, studying, reading, writing papers, projects, internships, presentations… the list goes on. The work is tough as is the real world, which quickly arrives after graduation. It’s important to take advantage of professional resources to help you manage this transition, many of which are available on your smartphone, tablet or desktop.
When you begin your degree program, it will be natural for you
As college students work their way through school, they inch closer to the coveted graduation date and a full-time job. Along the way, there can be constant pressure about getting an internship or not, and the question of whether it is really worth it? These are very good questions that each student thinks about, especially as they transition to upper-classmen status.
Why Are Internships In College So Important? Experience: Students that have internships acquire more well-rounded
Education can be achieved through different avenues. Traditionally, education is viewed to come from a formal classroom setting with instructors, desks, paper, textbooks and Powerpoint slides. Recently, education has shown up in a new arena of self-study via on-demand and online learning, which is wreaking havoc on our traditional education models and assessment. However, education through hands-on experiences has always been hailed as a desirable form of learning. In early days, hands-on learning was achieved through
College varsity athletics are incredibly demanding on student-athletes. It’s important to develop time-management skills to accomplish both academic and athletic requirements throughout a sports season.
Most student-athletes experience first hand the value of team sports and how participating in their sport help them to be a more productive employee after graduation. Companies who hire recent college graduates can benefit from student-athletes who bring valuable skills and a competitive drive to their job. These skills help them
Eastern Nazarene College understands that most college students need financial aid and scholarships in order to enroll. Please take a look at the resources ENC has for you in order to make this process easier. How Do I Apply For Financial Aid?
In order to be considered for financial assistance (federal, state, institutional), students must complete and submit the FAFSA.
This may seem like a daunting process, however, it doesn’t have to be. Take a look