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Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Started College
by Charmisse M. Owens View author's profile page

Overview


Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Started College contains TWENTY short chapters covering the A to Z college experience:

College At-A-Glance

School Prep

Financing Education

Culture Shock

Freshman Fifteen

Finding Your Bearings

Being Homesick

Family

Roommates

Relationships

Mentors & Role Models

Networking

Activities & Clubs

Pledging

Parties

Registration & Track Sheet

Dos and Don'ts

Group Projects

Senior Year & Graduation

Point of Failure

Two added touches are the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and Quotes & Motivation. This books is sure to inspire and encourage all readers.

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Description


How should you pay for college? How can you keep off the freshman fifteen? And what about Greek life? Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me before I Started College simplifies college life with sound advice and firsthand tips and tricks from Charmisse Owens. It's the perfect merger between a to-do list and a laundry list of reminders and best practices—with a few anecdotes along the way. Covering topics such as roommates, networking, parties, freshman fifteen, and graduation, this handy guide is sure to motivate, inspire, inform, and assist college students as they head out on their own.
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About the author


Charmisse Owens is the author of Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me before I Started College and was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles. She grew up in a single-parent household with her mom and twin sister, Charmaine. In 2004, she moved to Atlanta to attend Clark Atlanta University, becoming a first-generation college graduate in 2008. After attaining her master's degree in 2011 from Augusta State University, Charmisse has been eager to find her fit in education. Merging her PR degree and MAT degree, she hopes to encourage the youth masses with great regard for higher education and success for youth facing adversity.
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Book details

Genre:SELF-HELP

Subgenre:Personal Growth / Success

Language:English

Pages:84

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781483573366

Paperback ISBN:9781483573359


Overview


Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Started College contains TWENTY short chapters covering the A to Z college experience:

College At-A-Glance

School Prep

Financing Education

Culture Shock

Freshman Fifteen

Finding Your Bearings

Being Homesick

Family

Roommates

Relationships

Mentors & Role Models

Networking

Activities & Clubs

Pledging

Parties

Registration & Track Sheet

Dos and Don'ts

Group Projects

Senior Year & Graduation

Point of Failure

Two added touches are the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and Quotes & Motivation. This books is sure to inspire and encourage all readers.

Read more

Description


How should you pay for college? How can you keep off the freshman fifteen? And what about Greek life? Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me before I Started College simplifies college life with sound advice and firsthand tips and tricks from Charmisse Owens. It's the perfect merger between a to-do list and a laundry list of reminders and best practices—with a few anecdotes along the way. Covering topics such as roommates, networking, parties, freshman fifteen, and graduation, this handy guide is sure to motivate, inspire, inform, and assist college students as they head out on their own.

Read more

About the author


Charmisse Owens is the author of Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me before I Started College and was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles. She grew up in a single-parent household with her mom and twin sister, Charmaine. In 2004, she moved to Atlanta to attend Clark Atlanta University, becoming a first-generation college graduate in 2008. After attaining her master's degree in 2011 from Augusta State University, Charmisse has been eager to find her fit in education. Merging her PR degree and MAT degree, she hopes to encourage the youth masses with great regard for higher education and success for youth facing adversity.
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