Reflection can be an important part of progress. We’re offering five reflection questions today to get you started.
Talking in class is a skill that develops over time, with practice. Trivette Knowles, Senior Philosophy major, shares tips for properly engaging in classroom conversation.
Whether academic, relational, or otherwise, we do well to consider how we deal with setbacks. Today we’re sharing four things to do after a setback.
Today we suggest three ways you can know it’s time to ask for help: failure, procrastination, and stress.
Now is a great time to start meeting with faculty about your classes. Keep reading for a reminder about how to sign up for office hours.
Your first holiday at King’s brings the opportunity to make the most of it. We offer three ideas to help you do so.
You moved in, met people, and started classes at King’s. Today we have four questions for reflection to help you consider where you’re at and where you’re going.
If you haven’t yet declared a major (or if you’re considering changing your major) these best practices and next steps are for you.
Thriving in college does not mean everything is going as planned, and it’s more than feeling happy. Instead, thriving in college is about moving through transitions while maintaining a sense of well-being.
Part of success in college is knowing how to use your resources. Today we’re introducing one of our favorite resources, College Info Geek, on the topic of note-taking.