As children, many young minds run wild with thoughts of, “What do I want to be when I grow up?” For those with a passion for aviation, these thoughts are usually proliferated with dreams of venturing through the sky in an aircraft.
Charles Dickens once said that procrastination is the thief of time. For the majority of college students this manifests itself in the form of late registration. From financial aid, living arrangements or class scheduling, students often find themselves scrambling at the semester’s beginning for the things they need to get enrolled. While the onus doesn’t fall squarely one group’s shoulders, this rush leads many people--both students and college faculty--frustrated, irritable and inevitably stressed. Fortunately there are many tips college students can use in an effort to make the college registration process much easier.
Every year millions of students seek to further their education at an institution of higher learning. From researching potential schools to the first day of class, each one of us is undoubtedly faced with a set of concerns. They can include, but are not limited to: