The Prospecting Parent
As anywhere else our students to often doubt their ability to handle their course work and are bothered by new and unexpected events, that could precipitating a downward spiral. We Care. The student advising gives you the right help at the right time to prevent problems from snowballing.
- Survey: Explore new interests, discover the campus facilities, and meet the faculty. These experiences contribute to college life, and help getting the best education, the student’s foremost purpose.
- Scrutinize: Before committing to any one group, take time to know them, investigate their activities and what makes them feel most comfortable. Affiliations change you. So be careful – the first year as students is what makes you confident.
- Specify: No one can do everything. Narrow down your focus to academics and some useful activity that is permitted within the campus. Do not get involved in too many things at a time. You will loose your way. Finding a passion is one of the most exciting aspects of the college experience. Do it with care.
- Seek: Students who take responsibility for their education by seeking out faculty help will personalize college and help the them feel connected and at home. Do not be vary to take faculty advice.
- Sustain: Take time, be patient and try to understand the new life and develop a personal learning/reading style. After the first year it becomes easier to understand the flow of work and to accommodate with different teachers, standards and course requirements.
- Synthesize: Assess the reality during the first year. Disappointment or surprises are not unusual and require fine tuning, such as adjusting your routine, method of study, change involvement in activities. Get guidance and explore further options.
- Subsidize: Ignore your problems, Break the challenges into smaller events and manage them.
- All this bring out the last S – Success