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First Day of Class Jitters

For college students all over the country, the first day of classes can be exciting, nerve wracking and a little scary. But being prepared can help you cut down your anxiety—and it can set you up for a good start to your semester.

12 Resolutions for the New Year

Along with choosing your classes for the 1st session of the year, students are also making resolutions lists to prepare them for the New Year. Not every student will have the same goals, but these twelve resolutions should be somewhere on your own list for 2012.

Questions to Consider During Break

Did I do everything I needed to do this term—and am I prepared for next term?

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