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Students and parents are always looking for ways to save money, so how about subtracting an entire year of tuition? Dean Tsouvalas, StudentAdvisor Editor-in-Chief, spoke with New England Cable News about the recent trends of students graduating in three years.
Dean talks about the pros and cons of graduating early, as well as tips to get you on track to graduate in three years. Read more...
By Megan KensleaStudentAdvisor.com Staff
As the new school year gets underway, college students can find themselves overwhelmed with school work and busy social lives. For new college students, it can be tricky to figure out how to get into the swing of college life. That's why the StudentAdvisor team assembled the best advice for first year college students in the new Survive Freshman year guide.
This morning, StudentAdvisor's Editor-in-Chief Dean Tsouvalas shared some of the most important tips from the new guide with Gene Lavanchy of Fox 25 Boston's Morning Show. Check out the video below to find out how to start the semester right and feel free to chime in with your own advice in the comments:
For more tips, watch Dean on Fox 25 Boston below:
1. Create a routine
2. Learn how to say "no"
3. Get creative about your social life
4. Take time to clear your head
5. Visit career services
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