To make the most of your college experience, we recommend taking advantage of college resources. They are often free of charge, and will help you develop a supportive community on campus. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and seek support. There is a team of people ready to help!
Academics in college are not like academics in high school. Many Scholars experience being challenged by the rigor of their coursework. Remember, you are not expected to thrive without help. Make the most of other's support.
In college, you have more agency to determine how you spend your time. As you explore new opportunities and challenges, prioritizing self-care practices will be essential to achieve your goals and stay at your best. You have campus resources to help you.
Counseling centers: Familiarize yourself with your campus counseling center, even if you do not need their services at the moment. Take note of what resouces and events they offer and know how to make an appointment. It will be helpful should you ever decide you need support.
Learn from other Scholars on campus. You have a wonderfully supportive QSN Chapter willing and ready to share what they've learned. Ask fellow Questies what resources they've found helpful. Doing this will make it easier for you to access support in the future. They may have tips or ideas for how to find local resources, support for moving costs, funds for travel expenses, laptop rentals and repair, and so much more!