Tag: Study

Advice For College Students Navigating The New Normal

Career Advice For College Students Navigating The New Normal by Jill Tipograph Co-Founder of Early Stage Careers, providing tailored career guidance exclusively to college students, recent grads and 20-somethings. For many college students, the university experience is a launching point for their careers. However, many of the traditional college-to-career pipelines are built around the physical campus and these may not be…

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How to Stay Productive During Virtual Learning Courses

In the last week, the recent spread of COVID-19 has and continues to disrupt life on-campus —  from study abroad programs being canceled to universities switching to online classes, and in some cases, having students move off-campus. If your usual class schedule has changed drastically, it can feel overwhelming, especially if this is your first time taking online classes. If you’re feeling stressed or anxious about…

How Procrastinating Your Schoolwork Impacts Your Mental Health

In college, wellness is often characterized as balancing academics with friends, jobs, and extracurriculars. Academics and the pressure to earn good grades is a prominent source of stress for college students. But does balancing schoolwork, managing time, and alleviating stress always mean getting work done ahead of time or taking the full allotted time to complete an assignment? Spending only as much…

7 Tips for Coping with Finals

It’s that time again if you’re a college or graduate student — time for finals. It’s also time to self-sabotage, to get in your own way in terms of effective studying. We stress out more than usual, even when we’re on top of the material, because of the anxiety surrounding test-taking. But you don’t have to stress out about final exams. You…