As the incoming freshmen begin their college career, one of the required classes that they must take is Cornerstone. However, there seems to be a certain negative perspective on this class. Amanda Lebrecht, Associate Dean of Student Success, is aware of the attitude that most students have with the class. “That is just national, you can look up any orientation course, students don’t think they need it,” Lebrecht said. According to … [Read more] about Cornerstone Staff Respond to Student Suggestions
Student Government Association, (SGA) hosted a gathering on Oct. 23 called Hang with SGA with the purpose of students meeting those within student leadership. “We want people to get to know who we are and we want to get to know who they are. And in that … [Read more] about SGA Brings Goals of Campus Improvements
According to the National College Health Association’s spring 2018 research, within a 12-month period, only a total of 1.6% of students experienced “no stress,” while 44.4% experienced “more than average stress.” In attending a religious institution, how do … [Read more] about Finding Spiritual Peace Amidst College Stress
Studying abroad is more affordable than students may think. Scholarships are available for students who wish to study abroad, but deadlines are closing soon. Kayli Hillebrand, Director of the Global Education and Outreach (GEO), is a vital part of the … [Read more] about Can Studying Abroad Be Affordable?