From a Professor’s Perspective: Advice for College Students

As another school year kicks off, college students are snapped back into the reality of hours of classes, followed by hours of studying, followed by hours of homework (repeat until graduation).

Luckily, there is plenty of august advice floating around for students new and old. Below is some offered from Katherine Sharp Landdeck, Ph.D., who is an Associate Professor of History at Texas Woman’s University:

“First and foremost, go to class. It may seem obvious, but attending class really does matter. It is easily the simplest thing you can do to succeed in college. Years after I’ve taught a student, I can run into them on campus and tell them where they used to sit in my class…”
Landdeck includes much more in a special article she wrote for the Huffington Post, which you can continue reading here.
Do you agree? What advice do YOU have to share? Let us know in the comments below!

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