It’s here! FAFSA Friday. Today is a great opportunity to meet with Financial Aid in HAlle G11. Representatives will be there from 9-5 to help students with filling out their FAFSA correctly and on time and will take other financial aid questions all day. Check out some of the other sweet services available from Financial… Continue reading FAFSA Friday
Choosing a major can be pretty nerve wracking, but fear not! There are tons of resources to help you out there for you. You can check out the Office of Advising and Career Devlopment, where they offer advising, help with selecting or changing a major, help with looking for a post graduation career and more.… Continue reading You don’t have to be a Modern Major General to choose a major!
You’ve heard about the UWC, right? Of course you have! You read about it here, remember? So you may be mulling over some questions. Here are some of the most frequently asked ones, and the answers, at no extra cost… What should I bring with me to a consultation? Please bring your writing and… Continue reading Some FAQs about the UWC
The University Writing Center Imagine this: You’ve got a writing assignment and you’re sitting in front of your computer looking at a blank screen. You’re stumped; the words won’t come to you, or the assignment just doesn’t make sense. We’ve all been there. But fortunately, for situations like this there’s the University Writing Center (UWC),… Continue reading Making Better Writers: The University Writing Center
Student council this ain’t… What can student government do for you? Time and time again, studies have shown that students who are somehow engaged on campus are more likely to graduate. One great way to be directly involved on campus is student government. HSC blog sat down and talked with Desmond Miller, the sitting student… Continue reading For the students, by the students…
Academic success is about more than just showing up to class and doing well on tests. One of those facets is maintaining good mental health. Fortunately, all enrolled EMU students have free access to Counseling and Psychological Services, or CAPS, located right on campus at the Snow Health Center. CAPS is dedicated to addressing the… Continue reading CAPS
Ladies, this post is for you. Have you heard of the Women’s Resource Center? Located on the 3rd floor of the Student Center, the WRC is here to help, and has a lot to offer. You may know them from their yearly productions of “The Vagina Monologues” or their “True Life: Domestic Abuse Survivor Art”… Continue reading “We’re Here, and We Want to Help” The Women’s Resource Center