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Finals week motivates students to effectively focus and study to pass their exams. As finals are approaching, scholars are picking their study partners, organizing their calendars, and preparing to end the semester happily. This year, a few Kean students chose to share what study methods work best for them during these academically strenuous times.
As the fall semester enters December, students start thinking about finals week. While finals can be stressful for many, the Kean community has each other's backs. Whether it’s a freshman’s first semester or a senior’s last, there is always advice to help prepare for finals week.
Many students attend college in order to achieve a brighter future. Despite the future being unpredictable, people question what they’ll be like in the years to come. Members of the Kean community share the messages that they have for their future selves.
The Vaughn-Eames Hall caters to students studying art and theater, giving them a chance to utilize their creative skills whilst expressing themselves artistically. This year, Kean has brought art to the university and it's being showcased in Vaughn-Eames Hall.
Many attend college in order to have more job opportunities in the future. College can lead to careers with higher wages and overall satisfaction. At Kean University, students answer the question: Is it better to have a job you’re passionate about that pays little, or have a high-paying job that you lack passion for?
Attending college is a huge decision that can help people prepare for their futures. However, it can sometimes be hard to financially support this choice. Fortunately, Kean University provides students with scholarship opportunities to help alleviate their financial stress.
The Center for Advising, Persistence and Success (CAPS) is here to help students by providing them with their services. CAPS specializes in helping freshmen, sophomores and transfers in their academic journey.
From September to December students are juggling homework, exams, studying, classes, socializing and so much more. So at the halfway-point of the semester, they share how they are doing so far.
Getting an on-campus job is an amazing way to get involved at Kean, learn new skills and receive compensation for hard work. With a variety of departments, students are bound to find an office or department that fits their interests.
There are many places to explore at Kean University. From classes to dorms to offices, students have no trouble getting from one place to another. Kean community members shared how they get around campus and some ways they’d like to try in the future.
Kean encourages students to pursue their artistic passions by providing them with clubs that align with their creative interests. Students expressing themselves have access to publishing opportunities all throughout campus.
As the semester reaches its halfway point, students take a moment to reflect on what they’re grateful for this year.
As defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, volunteerism is the act or practice of doing volunteer work in community service. Many college students are familiar with this term due to required service hours and personal motivations. At Kean University, students have acquired new skills and experiences as a result of volunteering.
There are many places on campus for students to hang out with friends and to work on important projects. However, there are some spots on campus that are kept secret. These spots aren’t well known, but students find themselves to be most productive when occupying these spaces.
Graduate school is an educational choice that can contribute immensely to a student's future. It provides students with programs that are more tailored toward a specific major or discipline.
People are born with a rhythm known as the heartbeat. The heartbeat uses its patterned movements to pump blood throughout the body. While heartbeats contribute to health, music is another rhythm that can enhance one's quality of life.
College is a mix of students who commute and live on campus. During the week, an average student's day is filled with classes, homework, clubs, and studying. The weekends can be tricky because many don't know what to do on their days off. Luckily, there is never a dull moment at Kean.
In one day a person has to make a lot of different decisions, both big and small. Making choices is something everyone has to do, including students at Kean.
In October, many participate in Halloween activities throughout the month. Some people can be found feasting on candy, baking fall treats, visiting scary attractions, or even dressing up. With so many fun and spooky ideas, Kean students are excited to start their fun Halloween traditions and festivities.
How does anyone make friends anymore? College can be a whirlwind when dealing with new classes, different environments, and much more. Kean University makes it easy for students to make new friends on campus.