These books are fun, easy, and enjoyable reads and will help students learn how to enhance their Gettysburg College experience.
Beating the College Blues by Paul A. Grayson, Ph.D. and Phillip W. Meilman, Ph.D.
"Written expressly for students and not about them, Beating the College Blues comes at a time of increased awareness of the complexity of life on campus. In a conversational question-and-answer format and using specific "case studies" drawn from real life, this volume deals with everything from getting started and fitting in to facing the challenges of life after college."
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Beating the College Blues is available on Amazon.com.
On Course by Skip Downing
"The Fifth Edition of On Course continues to empower you with the tools you need to take charge of your success in college and in life."
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On Course is available on Amazon.com.
How to Study in College by Walter Pauk and Ross J.Q. Owens
"More than one million students have used the common-sense systems in How to Study in College to transform adequate work into academic success. Now you can too..."
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How to Study in College is available on Amazon.com.
Becoming a Master Student by Dave Ellis
"Courses using this book have made a difference in the lives of millions of students. For many, it was discovering the power of self-responsibility for the first time- for others it was changing a habit or managing time more effectively. Literally, hundreds of strategies for school and for life are packed into Becoming a Master Student. The key is to jump right in. Get involved. Test the waters. I have seen again and again that involvement can make the difference between leaving this class with a road map to success or just 'getting it out of the way.' My goal is that you will use this book to help you succeed in school and in life."
Becoming a Master Student is available on Amazon.com.
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