When at college, more often than not, you will find yourself sitting down for an inordinate amount of time trying to get as much studying done as possible; it’s pretty much a rite of passage for anybody attending college.
Coping with stress at college is just part and parcel of earning your college degree. Trying to juggle a full course load, bustling social life and in some instances work can give college students their first real taste of the stress that comes in later life.
When days have passed and you are still cramming for your finals, its common place for stress and aches to take hold in your body.
The ceremonies, family gatherings, and pleasantries are in full throttle. Just how many gathering are there? But enjoy and relish the fact that you’ve graduated after four long years of school. You’ve got your degree. And your career pursuits are on.
From freshman orientation to advice on curriculum and career choices, the student adviser plays a key role in the progress of on-campus student life.
Welcome to the Work World, a conglomeration of people and priorities that combine to build “success” of all types.
Corporate health fairs are becoming increasingly more common in today’s workplaces. The vast benefits of corporate health services are something that any industry can benefit from.
How great would it be if as part of the college experience students learned how to manage their stress levels so that they could the process of pursuing and obtaining their goals and dreams.