Hello, Sophomores, and welcome back!
Congratulations! You’re almost halfway done with college!
OK, maybe it’s a little premature to be congratulating – I realize the semester is not yet over and there’s still the (massive) hurdle that is finals. But if you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking ahead – to the next two years of college, to your post-college plans, maybe even further down the road than that.
Since about 85% of you, the Class of 2016, used the OAR in some way last year, you probably know that we offer workshops and individual consultations on topics like time management, reading strategies, and procrastination. Now that you’re a pro at managing your time and mapping out your assignments for the entire semester, you may think you have no use for the OAR…
But think again.
Here’s a sneak peak of what’s brewing at the OAR Continue reading
Now that it’s late October, many things are wrapping up and winding down: half-semester courses, fall foliage, baseball season, and the number of days left to find that perfect Halloween costume.
This is also the time of year when the process of applying for most fellowships draws to an end. While that might not seem as exciting as the World Series or zombie make-up, fellowships can take you places you might never have imagined.
What are fellowships?
Fellowships are opportunities for students funded by a particular organization. Fellowships allow students to expand their educational base, professional skills, and personal horizons. Whatever your interests or goals, you’ll almost certainly Continue reading