For students of Auburn University, going to school is a full-time job. Each teacher expects students to spend at least three hours a week outside of the classroom studying and working on class material.
Therefore, if you are registered for 15 hours a semester, you are expected to dedicate at least 30 hours a week toward school. And that’s not including weeks with papers and tests.
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Added by Lauren Haines on February 4, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Mae Margaret Davis, a Huntsville native, is a senior pursuing a degree in public relations. Although she is a full time student, Davis has balanced school and the same job for almost 5 years as a student assistant for media relations in the Auburn athletic department.
Davis’s day to day responsibilities include anything from getting…Continue
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As most College of Liberal Arts students have heard, an organization called PRSSA has been welcoming students interested in Public Relations and Communication for years now. PRSSA stands for Public Relations Student Society of America and it is a network of more than 10,000 college students interested in those majors. The organization meets every Monday during the school year at a specific time that’s available for most students.…
Added by Stephanie Young on April 16, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Career fairs happen more often than one might think, and you can get an internship or job just by going to one and meeting people from different companies.
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By finding out about the fairs through the Auburn University website, you can help your chances of getting an interview exponentially. It is free to students and gives them tons of…Continue
Added by Katie Simms on April 2, 2012 at 11:34pm — No Comments
There is a growing number of children in poverty who aren’t able to get the education that most of us are privileged to have. Teach for America is a program where individuals interview to become teachers for children who live in low-income communities.
Many students at Auburn University have chosen to interview for such…Continue
Added by Stephanie Young on February 15, 2012 at 1:12pm — No Comments
College tuition, especially at Auburn, is constantly increasing. Many students apply for loans or scholarships, but some are unaware of another type of financial aid that Auburn University offers its students.
The Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) provides students with part-time employment either on campus or in the Auburn community to assist with their…Continue
Many students are preparing for Graduation, which is less than one month away. Some students will head of to graduate school, law school, or go get another major. But what about the students that plan on heading straight into the work force?
Most liberal arts students believe that the staff does a great job helping the transition…Continue
Added by Rebecca Elizabeth Smith on April 12, 2011 at 1:27pm — No Comments
Most people would not correlate these two things, but Forrest Buckner, a sophomore majoring in graphic design at Auburn University, does. Buckner is the current assistant coach for the junior varsity baseball team at Lee Scott Academy.
Buckner graduated from…Continue
Added by Sara R. Weeks on April 1, 2011 at 8:45am — No Comments
When first entering Auburn University, it may seem that everyone is sure of exactly what they want to do. Students have chosen a major and they are sticking to it. They are confident that what they decided is what they're going to do for the rest of their life.
However, many students entering Auburn University have no idea what they want to do after they graduate. Many pick a major because it sounds interesting. Soon, they realize that the major they chose isn’t right for…Continue
Added by Carla Niknejad on March 1, 2011 at 4:05pm — No Comments
On average, public, four-year colleges charge students in state over $8,000 in tuition and fees for one year. Students out of state pay almost double that cost. The overall total only grows when you add books, food, laundry and a place to live.
As college costs…Continue
Added by Liz Brittain on February 28, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
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