Do we really believe that perfection is overrated?
Good stewardship, budget management, and student loans. Oh my!
Grades do not define your success as a student. And yet, after a semester of hard work, it is important to know where you stand at the end of the semester. Today, we are talking about how to find your final grades.
Take advantage of our city’s study spots and create the space you need to finish well.
Is it possible to get it all done and, even more importantly, do it with a sense of relaxed control? According to Matt Perman, Director of Career Development, it is possible. In the first of six posts, we’ll discuss the root problem behind overwhelm and stress in the college experience.
The end of the fall semester is hectic for students. On top of all the responsibilities associated with being a student, the weather changes can be a difficult transition. To help you navigate the seasonal changes, we interviewed our new counselor, Esther Jhun, about Seasonal Affective Disorder and the small things you can do to care for yourself this fall/winter.
The art of communicating effectively is essential in professional and personal life. This is something we talk about all the time at King’s. However, we often forget that this same skill matters just as much in our online communication, namely our email.
Chris Josselyn, Assistant Director of Student Success, is one of our main systems of support for students in math classes here at King’s. Because math to be a greater area of stress for many of our students, we asked Chris to share about his work and why he loves mathematics.
Taking an online class could be a good option for some students as you navigate the complexities of navigating college life. Students at King’s can take one online class concurrently with other courses in the fall and spring semesters and can take up to two online classes during the summer semester.
Going away to college involves so many transitions. Welcome to Culture Shock! Danise Stokeld, Director of Advising, shares about her experience and advise for the transition to life in New York City.