The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (better known as the FAFSA) has gotten a bad reputation as a tedious form that takes up too much time with very little pay-off, especially for non-traditional and graduate students.
In a few weeks, Blake Thompson will join Jeremy Cowart, Matt Litton and Benji Cowart in a discussion about creativity and work. The luncheon, sponsored by the Trevecca Association of Business Professionals, is scheduled for October 12.
Visiting college campuses is such a vital step in choosing what university you would like to attend. With good reason—being able to set foot on campus lets you see what the campus life is like and how it would really feel like to be a student there. A handful of Trevecca students offered their thoughts on how visiting college campuses helped them make their final decision.
As a freshman well into the second week of classes, Bishop Rhodes is already impressed with his college experience. A native of Columbia, Tenn., Rhodes first visited campus last November after hearing about it from a couple of friends.
Sharik Atkinson was surprised at her own decision to attend Trevecca this fall. Back in April, Atkinson was completely committed to going to Pennsylvania State University. The Orlando, Fla., native had already been accepted to PSU and paid her deposit for enrollment.
As you enter your senior year, you might experience a wave of deja-vu. You’ve done this before, you’re back in your routine, and there’s nothing to do or experience other than what you’ve already been doing for the past three years. But it’s not over yet. Here are five tips and ideas for making the most out of this season while preparing for the next one.
College is a big step in life. You get to leap into the world of higher education complete with late night studying, brand new friends and experiences, and memories you will treasure for the rest of your life. There is no experience equal to your first year of college, and there are plenty of lessons along the way. Here are some lessons that upperclassmen at Trevecca say they learned after their first year.
All over campus, students have moved into Trevecca’s residence halls. As the parent of a senior, you’ve dropped off your child for a new semester so many times you can recognize first-time college parents and freshmen at a glance.
It’s finally here. The next step after graduating high school and the first official day of your college experience: freshman move-in day, which just so happens to be tomorrow. While the day is packed with new experiences and can get a little hectic, move-in day is definitely a milestone for undergraduate students. Here are some tips to make tomorrow a success.
The transition into college can be difficult for anyone.
Some may find the experience less daunting, since they’re following in their parents’ footsteps. But other students, however, are the first in their families to attend college.