18 Suggestions for Thriving in College

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About Markus Beyer

Markus Beyer is an undergraduate student at UNC-Asheville, where he is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies. He grew up in a military family and has never lived in the same city for more than four consecutive years.
Markus is also a compulsive journal writer.
The Good Men Project is Mark’s first venture into internet writing.

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  1. Nate Lytle says:

    Great article! I’d also like to add that you never know where a compliment will get you. So give them out freely and with great abandon.

  2. wellokaythen says:

    Leaving college and returning later may be the best option for some people. There is no such thing as a “college dropout.” Don’t stay in college just because your friends are in college and you’re afraid to leave. Don’t assume that because you’re 18-22 that means you have to be in college.

    • I agree with the leaving college and returning later. Just because a bunch of people do the traditional route doesn’t mean everyone is going to do well that way. Sometimes people need a little life experience to really figure out what they want to do. And with how much college costs these days no shame in really feeling sure about what you are going to college for.

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