Tag Archives: Student advising

Tips for Living with Roomates

Throughout the semester, your roommate will be there, right by your side. Sharing a residence hall room with another person has its challenges, but is quintessential in college living. Your roommate may not grow to be your best friend, but it’s important to establish a good, communicative relationship in order to have a healthy roommate […]

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Developing Professionalism

This year, as a senior majoring in communication, I decided it would be in my best interest to join UWSP’s PRSSA chapter. Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is a pre-professional organization that offers amazing professional development opportunities. With graduation coming up, I thought that this organization could be a really beneficial opportunity.   […]

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Balancing Classes and a Job

Hey, Pointers! It’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of the semester! As a senior here at UW-Stevens Point, I know all too well the hectic schedules of college students. Currently, I’m a full-time student, working two part-time jobs, and doing volunteer and advocacy work for local and national organizations. Balancing classes, volunteering, and […]

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How to Survive Morning and Night Classes

Throughout your time in college, it’s almost impossible to avoid morning and night classes. It’s important to attend these classes, even when you’re tired or hungry. Finding ways to make these classes a bit more interesting makes for an easier semester.   Sit in front of the class. Although many students, including me, dread sitting […]

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ABCs of UW-Stevens Point

Although you’ve already made it to college, let’s go back to the basics and go over some ABCs of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.   A: Athletics: UW-Stevens Point students take pride in supporting their athletic teams. In fall, you can catch a crowd at a football game; in winter you can catch a mass […]

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