Getting Organized: Tips for the First Week of College Classes

The first week of college classes can be a little stressful. It is a new environment with different expectations and lots of new faces. Luckily, UC is a very friendly and welcoming environment and students are well looked after in their first week of classes. Here are some of my tips to help make it…

Things To Do In The Summer Before College

Orientation Make sure to look out for emails from the university informing you about orientation week. There is a lot of key information provided in these meeting sessions that would give you a flying head start once classes actually begin. Whether Orientation is in person or virtual, it’s beneficial to attend so that you know…

Fun Classes to Take at UC

Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, was a college drop out. However, when he dropped out, he decided to take part time classes and only opted for the classes he found interesting. He ended up taking a class on fonts and realized how interesting they are, the science behind it and how they can be…

Getting Ready for Class Registration

Fall 2021 class registration is opening for new students on April 12, 2021. With this in mind, I would recommend having a rough plan in place. As a new student, it is common to not have your college semesters planned out, although once you are in the middle of your second semester, I would recommend…

Tips to Succeed in College Classes

Being in an American college is a lot more than classes, it is about the college experience. It is about going to the football and basketball games, it is about attending various cultural events, it is about trying out different restaurants and cafes around campus, and it is about finding your “family away from home”….

Remote Learning during COVID-19

Due to the pandemic, schools and colleges have been doing remote learning which means you do not have to go to class in-person. Instead, you will have the class online via zoom, google meets, teams and many other platforms that have been useful this past year. It has been difficult not just for students, but…