1. Attend class on a regular basis and take good notes

2. See your advisor when you have questions or concerns

3. Plan your classes ahead and pay attention to what is required

4. Get involved with degree related organizations

5. Manage your time wisely

6. Take opportunities to work in groups

7. Seek academic assistance from your professors or Educational Support Programs

8. Obtain practical experience that relates to what you want to do

9. Utilize Career Counseling and Career Services

10. Hone your communication, analytical thinking, and computer skills

11. Remember to stay focused!

12. Check your schedule before classes begin - locations and/or other details may have changed