Author: Kendall Barton, Ed. D.

  • Ah, college graduation…the moment that marks the completion of a major milestone and the beginning of the rest of your life. But how soon will “the rest of your life” start? DID YOU KNOW that the vast majority of college students aren’t taking the credits needed to graduate on time, despite research showing the significant benefits of doing […]

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  • Imagine this: You prepared weeks on end for a class presentation—you followed the grading rubric, convinced yourself that you were an expert in the subject matter, and even practiced a few times in front of family and friends to ensure that you were ready. When it’s finally time to showcase your presentation in class, you […]

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  • DID YOU KNOW that college students who form meaningful connections with others on campus are more likely to persist in school and continue toward graduation? More importantly, establishing relationships within the first two to six weeks of class is especially critical, as it can positively impact students’ level of campus involvement and academic achievement [1,2,3] […]

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