Navigating your freshman year: how to make the leap to college life and land on your feet
Prentice Hall Press, Apr 30, 2005 - Education - 155 pages
The orientation sessions might tell freshman where the student union is-but only the true experts can offer the real lowdown on college life. From making peace with a difficult roommate to choosing the right classes, in this guide college students and recent grads tell freshman all they need to know to get through their first year with flying colors.
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Review: Navigating Your Freshman Year: How to Make the Leap to College Life-and Land on Your FeetUser Review - TheSaint - Goodreads
I'm not willing to consign myself to geezer-dom yet, but of the eleven ways the authors of Navigating Your Freshman Year suggest that you NOT procrastinate, seven of them didn't even exist when I was ... Read full review
Review: Navigating Your Freshman Year: How to Make the Leap to College Life-and Land on Your FeetUser Review - Goodreads
Had some really good advice for new college students from a students perspective. I especially liked that it encouraged students to seek help when needed.
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