Guide to Surviving a City University: From a Student to a Student
Guide to Surviving a City University: From A Student to A Student is a self-help book for students in the CUNY system. The City University of New York, or CUNY, is the public university system of New York City. The advice in this book, coming from another student, will guide those who do not like going to counselors. It tells how to deal with professors, handle group work at college level, and how to work within your college, as opposed to fighting back and getting nowhere. The guide also tells how to go from school to school within the CUNY system. Author Katharina Rollins discusses what every college student should know. Guide to Surviving a City University covers "every crazy situation that I went through in college as far as bad grades, dealing with annoying non-working group mates, having professors think they have all this power and there is nothing a student can do about it. I have gone to department chairs. I have talked to professors about group mates. I have done it all."
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