The Everything College Survival Book: All you need to get the most out of college life Paperback – Apr 18 2011
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About the Author
Susan Fitzgerald, MA has nearly twenty years of experience in the Office of Student Affairs at the University of Hartford. She served as Assistant Vice President for Student Health and Wellness, and was responsible for counseling services, health services, health education, student activities, students with physical and psychiatric disabilities, and Greek life. She currently serves as Senior Advisor to the President and Associate Secretary of the University, in addition to teaching undergraduate courses.
J. Lee Peters, EdD is the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at the University of Hartford. He is also a faculty member in the Johnson & Wales Educational Leadership Doctoral Program. Prior to his appointment in Hartford, Dr. Peters was Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at Montana State University–Billings. Dr. Peters has served in various student-life positions at Weber State University, Montana State, the University of Alaska–Fairbanks, and others.
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The ideal reader, the incoming college freshman, would benefit greatly from reading and taking into heart the advice written inside this book. As it offers a broad scope of a variety of topics, it provides freedom and discovery for new students to explore and engage in activities beneficial to a decent college experience.
As this book doesn't dwell int oo much detail about any one given topic, it is relatively fast-paced which helps with some of the more boring sections. But do realize that every page offers good advice, so even after you initially finish this book it still serves as an excellent reference guide to reinforce good study habits during the college years and beyond.