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1. Common Graduation Problems

Once you have finally made it through your four or five years of college it is time for you to graduate. You must feel elated! The funny thing is, now that you have made it this far the school is going to miss you so much they want to keep you there. Now, because they want to see you stay since you moving on with your life is too much for the school to handle many different issues might start to surface. Don’t think the school is trying to be mean…They just love you so much.

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By Megan Harry
Tags: graduation, problems, students, degree, evaluation, advisor, tuition, bursar, register, holds
2. Patience is a Virtue after College

It is not a secret that college students have no patience. They are continuously rushing and becoming agitated with those making them late for the next class, next appointment, or next available time to boil some noodles and study. Once college is over, students have to gain a better perspective on life and realize even though it was their time while in college, it is no longer as self-involved. Once graduated, students need to bow to the demands of a career and their new superiors. Adjusting to this can cause personal turbulence but the sooner it is learned the sooner they will be acclimated with their new demeanor in life.

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By Hannah Kirk
Tags: college, patience, career, graduation, graduates, work, boss, manager
3. Should You Walk for Graduation?

You have probably not given much thought to whether you want to walk or have your diploma mailed to you. Your main thought up until this point was likely, “I cannot wait to graduate college…period”. There are some pros and cons to both experiences, but students need to do what is best for them and maybe consider family members when making the decision. It can be hard thinking ahead of your next exam, but give your graduation plans some thought before the day finally arrives.

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By Jessica Zimmer
Tags: walk, graduation, money, save, diploma, fees
4. Tips for the College Grad

Graduation is one of the most fulfilling times in a student’s life. You have the dignity of knowing you completed all of the courses and now have a degree under your belt. Though this feeling may be wonderful, students can get a little nervous now that there is no longer the safe-haven of college. Now that you are a college grad, you have to find your niche.

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By Jordan Raegan
Tags: Graduation, degree, college, college grad, job, classes, resumes, profiles, career sites, interview, skills, companies
5. High School Senior Year

Your high school senior year is not a time to slack but, but rather a time to excel. Make sure you stay on top of your grades before you graduate. This is a very important time.

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By Jenna Bradford
Tags: Senior year, High school, Graduation, Transcripts, Dean, Provost, Clubs, College, Job, Campus
6. Senior Year of College

Your senior year will be the busiest time of college. The best thing you can do is stay organized and keep up with all of your appointments, assignments, and meetings. Lists are the best way to do this.

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By Donna Carter
Tags: Senior, College, Graduation, Lists, Appointments, Assignments, Job, Internship, Professors, Reading, Writing, Group work
7. Choosing Your Major

One of the most important things you will do after choosing what school you would like to attend is what you want to major in. Now, this does not need to be done in your freshman year, but your sophomore year you should at least have a good idea about what you would like to major in.

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By Amanda Valenti
Tags: major, credits, graduation, career center, academic advisor, students, interests
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