Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about College: A Guide for Minority Students
This book serves as a guide for mastering the complexities of collegiate success. The focus is on minority students, who tend to be first generation college students and struggle as a result. The author describes every detail of the collegiate process, and provides students with the guidance they need to be successful. He carefully describes his own experiences, as a student and a professor, and informs students of the common pitfalls that plague many minorities as they head off to obtain higher education. About the Author Dr. Boyce D. Watkins is a professor of Finance at Syracuse University. He has won multiple academic awards as a successful student, obtaining 2 bachelors degrees in 3 years with a nearly perfect grade point average, as well as several advanced degrees. He was the Wall Street Journal Outstanding Graduating Senior in Finance, and the Freshman of the Year at The University of Kentucky. He then went on to become the first African American faculty member in the history of the Syracuse University Department of Finance.
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