Articles & Advice by Tag - Hidden Curriculum

By: Britney Cox — December 5, 2022
This article reviews some issues one may experience when applying for Ph.D. programs.
By: Xavier Royer — January 24, 2023
Every university system has a pyramid that begins with very large, broad entities that then breaks down into more specific programs and departments. This article will explain how all of this works.
By: Xavier Royer — March 9, 2023
You will certainly look at some of your choices and habits during your time on campus and laugh in the future. But, truly, no one cares.
By: Xavier Royer — March 13, 2023
It can often feel unfair to be singled out for "working too hard." This article explains why you should not allow others to keep you from having high expectations of yourself.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — March 13, 2023
Here are three commonly-shared productivity tips that may not be worth your time and some suggestions for a more successful approach to increasing your productivity.
By: Kennae Hunter — March 13, 2023
Professors have designated times during the week set aside specifically for students in their course, commonly known as office hours. If you are unsure of the benefits of going to your professor's office hours, consider the ways below as good reasoning to set a meeting with your professor.
By: Xavier Royer — March 21, 2023
You owe it to yourself to take the time now to check your campus honors program out, and if you qualify, join.