Summer to the Max

It’s almost here…your long-awaited summer vacation! Whether you plan to remain on campus or head back home, you’re ready for some downtime and a chance to chill in the sun. And no doubt you have earned some time to rest! But the next few months will go by faster than...

Finals Week Do’s and Don’t

  Finals week is stressful; there is no way around it! After an entire semester of studying, your already tired brain is required to push through a demanding week, calling to mind information from the entire semester. Final exams often account for a large...

Are You Flourishing?

Flourish: (verb) to thrive; to grow luxuriantly; to prosper; to be fully engaged and energized; to be in a state of production; to reach the height of development and influence The Opposite. As the school year nears an end it’s no surprise that some students are...

Discerning God’s Will

It’s that time of year when college students are facing big decisions again. Things like: where should I live this summer? Should I stay on campus or go back home for a few months? Take an internship or return to a tried-and-true job in my hometown? Travel or save...

Paying for College

Financial expert, Dave Ramsey, recently reported that students are graduating college with an average loan debt of $37,172. That’s a hefty number! No one goes into college hoping to come out with loads of debt. If you’re still in high school looking towards college,...

Gap Year: Yes or No?

Taking a “gap year” (a year off between high school and college–or anytime along your college path) has been seen as unconventional, non-conforming and even controversial. However, this past year, due in large part to COVID-19, students deferred college...