Getting the most out of your campus!

Knowing The Buildings Around You!

I’m sure that if you visit any college campus you will find similarities in all of them. A library here, cafe there, bookstore, dorms and academic buildings. Just knowing where the buildings are on a college campus is not enough if you want to maximize your potential at school. Knowing where the buildings are and what is in them is more beneficial to you. Not only do the academic buildings provide you with classrooms. but professors, tutors and different resources can be housed in them as well. Academic buildings as well as your admissions department, financial aid, and student support all are places that students can go to in order to get important information regarding majors, financial aid support and student support. The people in those departments are there to assist students with any problems or questions they may have.

What Are You Paying For?

Knowing what services that are offered at your school can be very beneficial to you as a student. If you are unsure what different services your school has to offer students it would be a good idea to go on your schools website or talk to someone in students support or admissions. For instance, here at Benedictine there is free tutoring for students in Krasa. The school advertises this even before students are admitted into the school through admissions presentations and newsletters. There are many services that are not well known about at schools that are in place to help students, one just has to be willing to find them.

If you are looking at potential schools to attend next year or in the future, would be a good idea to look at the different services that are offered to students. Though the student tutoring is free here at Benedictine, it may not be the same at all universities. Doing your research will help you in your college search. You just have to do a little bit of digging, but in the end it will definitely be worth in when you find yourself being a successful student!

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