How To Find Your Place in College Crash Course

How To Find Your Place in College Crash Course

This is a snapshot drop in episode 8 of a series How To Find Your Place in College Crash Course video watch.

Finding Your Place in College

Not everyone will experience the same connection to a college education. There are many factors to consider before trying to find your place as discussed in this episode. Moreover, we encourage you to review other episodes in this series as well as do your own research before enrollment.

Not all courses require physical attendance any more. Virtual Classrooms fill in the gap of students who can not attend a campus. Completing an online course is a unique experience and requires a different mindset than campus college. Again we urge you to do your own research before choosing a class.

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2 hours ago (edited) Something I had trouble wrapping my head around when I started college was extensions. This was not a thing at my high school but so many of my peers felt totally comfortable asking for extensions and I didn’t! So if your professor doesn’t include an extension policy in their syllabus, ask them how and when they prefer to receive extension requests and if there are any limitations. Trust me, you’ll be glad to know ahead of time! -Paola

“Check out our new Study Hall Channel: One of the most challenging parts of going to college is feeling like you belong. You’re away from home, maybe for the first time. You’re around a whole new group of people in an entirely new setting. Maybe you’re also on your own for the first time. There’s a lot to take in and a lot to adjust to. In this episode, Erica goes through ways you can work to make sure you feel like you belong and have a place! Get a list of upcoming episodes for Fast Guides and How to College at Follow Study Hall on socials! Twitter: Facebook: Learn more about Federal Student Aid: *** Watch our videos and review your learning with the Crash Course App! Download here for Apple Devices: Download here for Android Devices: Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at

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