In the AAC, we often see freshmen who have a difficult time adjusting to all of the free time that goes along with life on a college campus. More than likely, these students had someone during their high school career who helped them get up for school or reminded them to do their homework so they could get into college.
Yet once they have made it to college, many students are unsure as to how much studying is actually required to achieve academic success. Students often struggle with how to manage their time each week.
Many students at Bridgewater State College are commuters and have to schedule extra time for driving to and from campus. And more often than not, our students work to pay for their education. This means that time spent at work must also be scheduled into their busy weeks.
It may seem daunting, but with proper planning and great time management, academic success can be achieved.
Make an appointment or drop by S & R to find out how we can help you make this happen!
Last Modified: June 2, 2008