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Freshmen ? Or Fresh meat ?

Illustriuos Ladies of the Iota Psi Chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the Do or Die Alpha Psi chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
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kylie brock

on 18 September 2012

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by Alpha Kappa Alpha and Iota Phi Theta Freshmen? Or Fresh meat? Start on the first day of class Establish A Study Routine Be Good To Yourself Put your best foot forward (cc) image by rocketboom on Flickr (cc) image by quoimedia on Flickr ……And all the other classes after that!
Skipping class is the number one way to miss valuable information that you will most likely need for an assignment or exam. MYTH #1 Get enough sleep
Take study breaks
Avoid studying for long periods of time
Study in comfortable settings with ample lightening and have all your supplies on hand Study for the hardest classes first
Study includes more than just going over your homework. You will need to go over your class notes by labeling, editing, and making sure you understand them.
Be sure you do all reading assignments. Don't put them off just because it is not a written assignment.Always be prepared for classes and pop quizzes
Study as much as you can in the daytime Make use of your resources on campus ie. writing centers, odasis, and math and science centers
Get to know your professors and advisors ASAP
Attend office hours MYTH #2 What is career services? How They Can Help What is offered? Bottom Line Advice! Don't be afraid to seek assistance Keep your eyes and ears open for opportunities and a variety of people Visit career services at:
careerservices@rutgers.edu Provide counseling to help prepare for life beyond Rutgers Help develop job search skills Help clarify jobs skills and establish career plans on campus interviewing
internships
jobs through CareerKnight resume` and cover letter assistance
alumni career network Career Counseling
assessment to evaluate skills interest,and personality traits Support services offered to assist students in developing a career Refund checks are free money MYTH #3 Pull out the sheet of paper that was given to you and a pen Game time !! MYTH #4 3 Health Centers Services offered:
gynecological
in house pharmacy
physicals and check ups also available ! H.O.P.E
Offers educational forums, personal support, free HIV rapid testing,and peer based support groups Counseling services also available for those experiencing problems with drinking and drug use Different
perspectives -Hurtado (college ave)
-Willets Health Center
(douglas)
-Busch/Livingston Health Center MYTH #5 College is much harder than highschool You leave college knowing exactly what you want to do with your life All freshmen gain 15 pounds When you are on your college campus you are safe from the outside world All campuses have panic phones Be aware that you are a potential be attuned to people and circumstances around you Before going to a party let someone know where you are going and if your plans change Take turns being the DD you could save someones life Do not prop open any building doors and avoid studying alone in laundry rooms, study rooms and similar spaces Check email often for crime alerts to be aware of what is happening in our community Knight Mover Shuttle Services:
732-932-RIDE (4733)

Community Police Officers:College Avenue Campus 732-932-1032
Cook Campus 732-932-6789
Livingston Campus 732-932-1368 Douglass Campus 732-932-6789Busch Campus 732-445-6281 Questions you feel uncomfortable asking? No problem text 8482283589 and ask anonymously ! Don't forget to text all APPROPRIATE and pressing questions to 8482283589 That number again is 8482283589 BREAK OUT SESSION!!!! Beginning of semester Mid October Early November
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