Success in high school does not necessarily translate into success at college. Entering college marks the transition to adulthood, which is why decisions made during the freshman year at college tend to impact the rest of a student's college experience-and the rest of life. So how do students ensure that they survive and thrive in college? The bite-sized, common-sense, direct-to-action ideas in #STUDENT SUCCESS tweet will set entering freshman-and all college students-on the path to college success. This unique book will help students develop the tools, skills, and habits that are the prerequisites for success in college and in future careers.
Authors Marie B. Highby and Julia C. Schmitt are ideally situated to share wisdom and ideas on the college experience. Marie, leadership coach and college instructor, brings to the book her first-hand experience working with students at San Jose State University. Julia, a recent Stanford grad as well as an environmental consultant and entrepreneur, brings the perspective of her own college experience along with the insights she's developed in her networking with current college students as well as other recent alums.
Among many other things, readers of #STUDENT SUCCESS tweet will learn to plan their college careers proactively, establish healthy social networks, find the balance between life, class, and work, handle universal issues like emotional stress and homesickness, and navigate the way to be successful college graduates, learning lessons for life.
#STUDENT SUCCESS tweet walks new college students through the big-picture life issues as well as the mundane yet unavoidable details associated with university life, all in a format that fits busy student schedules. Each tweet can be read in an instant-between classes, during a study break-and over time forms an "aha" moment to reflect upon and put into practice. This is the perfect quick guide to college for a time-crunched freshman, as well as a book containing sound advice for any young person.
#STUDENT SUCCESS tweetis part of the THiNKaha series whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out quotations (tweets/ahas).