A Professor’s Pointers for Success in College: 21 Easy-to-Follow Tips

I have been teaching college students for 13 years, and I’ve come to know a thing or two about what makes some students more successful than others. Whether you’re beginning your first year or returning as a seasoned upperclass(wo)man, I hope I can provide some practical advice as you embark on a new academic year. You see, we professors want all of our students to succeed. We want you to learn and grow and thrive, both academically and socially.

So here’s to ivy-covered buildings, critical thinking, independence, making friends for life, asking hard questions, becoming global citizens, and discovering who you really are.

Source: Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead.