Young and Married in College

I met my soon-to-be husband my first semester at university. We got married at the end of my second. Crazy, right? Or so some people think. But I had already played the dating game with enough guys to know what I wanted (or didn’t want) in my husband. I was also farther ahead in other … Continue reading Young and Married in College

Finding the Balance: School, Work, and Social Life

School work is time-consuming. Assuming you are going to school full-time taking at least 12 credits and are expected to spend 3 hours of work per credit, that puts you at 36 hours per week of just going to classes, doing homework, and studying. School really is a full-time job, especially if you are taking … Continue reading Finding the Balance: School, Work, and Social Life

Graduating Faster: High School and University

I graduated from both high school and university early. I had the mindset of, “If I don’t have to be stuck in school for the full four-years, then why wait?” I like to get things done as quickly and efficiently as possible. I “graduated” high school at the end of my freshman year. I put … Continue reading Graduating Faster: High School and University

It’s Not All About the GPA: What Recruiters are Looking For

Because I just started this blog, I have been focusing on what freshman need to know going in to college as a sort of introduction to the core of my advice. As I have been thinking about what to write next, I came up with this vital-to-know topic. The title gave it away, but I’m going … Continue reading It’s Not All About the GPA: What Recruiters are Looking For