It’s no secret that heading off to college can be a tough transition. Fortunately, incoming freshmen find themselves surrounded by people who are in the exact same position. As a transfer student, this safety blanket appears to vanish. The feeling of “everyone is in the same position as me” can be hard to maintain.
Making a new group of friends and finding your way around a new school can be stressful. Fortunately, you’re not alone. Others have made the transition successfully, and you can too. Here are our 7 favorite secrets to adjusting to a new college as a transfer student. Read More
Modern criminal justice degree programs have evolved with changes in the social structure. In prior years, criminal justice majors would concentrate on law enforcement techniques, corrections or probation, and parole. In today’s programs, there are other areas of emphasis including technology-based crimes and technology-based investigations. Read More
There is a good reason that many people reminisce about college as the time when they were learning about the world and their future professions. However many people also have regrets about college that sometimes run very deep and can often shape the life you still have ahead of you.
I’ll tell you about some of the mistakes I’ve made, and the regrets that came with them. While some of them might be minor in your eyes, they still keep me awake at night every once in a while. Read More