With finals right around the corner, I find it more and more pertinent to have a plan for my plans. This seems a bit absurd, but what I mean is, in order to handle all the work coming my way, I need a clear picture of the rest of my semester, some sort of organization. … Continue reading Getting organized!
Nicolle San Jose, one of the amazing peers in the CAS peer advising program, is a senior studying Public Health and Sociology while also pursuing an MA in Health Promotion Management. Here is what she has to say about the combined BA/MA program. Stuff you should know Current AU undergraduate students have the option to … Continue reading Should I stay another year?
The Bender Library, or Club Lib, always a popular place for study time. However, it can get incredibly crowded during the busiest times of the year. With midterms coming up, the CAS peer advisors are here to suggest great places on campus to study and complete homework! The Battelle Atrium Right here in our building … Continue reading Best places to study on campus!
Your first semester of freshman year is probably when you realize that you need to have some sort of time management system to be able to function. Time management is one of the many skills that you develop or really can perfect during your time at AU. Here are some of my time management habits … Continue reading Time Management Tips
Dear Freshmen Self, You started college a few weeks ago and that overwhelming feeling you felt during Welcome Week did not go away. You are scared, worried and excited all at the same time. You are asking yourself: is this normal and am I the only one feeling this way? I am here to tell … Continue reading An Open Letter to my Freshmen Self
In our first blog post for this academic year, we wanted to introduce you to our fantastic Peer Advisors so you get to know them a little bit better before you schedule your appointments with them! CECILIA Cecilia Bouska is from Atlanta, GA and currently a senior majoring in Public Health. She just returned from … Continue reading Getting to know your CAS Peer Advisors
Have you ever walked the campus of Georgetown, GW, or UMD and wondered what it would be like to take a class there? Well guess what, you can! Many students don’t know that American is part of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area, an organization which includes the following institutions: American … Continue reading Making the Most of the Washington Consortium
It’s that time of year again folks, and applications are currently open for the 2017-2018 CAS Peer Advising positions. As the current Peers reflect on their time on the job so far, we thought we would share some of our best advice and best moments from the past semester and a half. Haleigh: “I love … Continue reading Why Become a Peer Advisor?
Although this winter weather hasn’t been too chilly, it can be harder to get off campus during January and February when walking around outside can be much less appealing than staying indoors. Here are a few places in northwest DC you can visit this winter that might make the chill worth it! Georgetown Waterfront Ice … Continue reading Things to Do: DC Winter