UCC Questions & Answers

Question Asked · Grad School Q&A

What are the best ways for graduate students to save money? In what ways do you work to implement these into your life?

Question Asked · Health & Wellness Q&A

How can students cope with receiving news of a family emergency without it affecting work, school, and other commitments? What self-care techniques are best applicable for this type of situation?

Answer · Grad School Q&A

Is getting two Master's degree worth the time? Do employers like seeing that, or would they prefer a PhD?

It depends on what the Masters degrees are in and what sort of job you're looking to get. Unless you're going into academics, a PhD may... (more)Read 2 Answers
Answer · Study Abroad Q&A

I met someone while studying abroad and now I'm moving back to America. Is it worth it to pursue a long distance relationship?

Before leaving, discuss a long distance relationship with the other person. Be realistic about how it would work and whether it's worth... (more)Read 3 Answers
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

Between social, academic, and staying fit, I find myself only being able to thrive in two areas. How can I thrive in all three?

Like Madison said, a great way to thrive in all three areas is to combine some. Walk to class to get some exercise. Arrange for a friend... (more)Read 2 Answers
Answer · Grad School Q&A

How do I cope with always feeling like I don't belong or aren't good enough for graduate school, aka, imposter syndrome?

Just remember that you're not alone -- many of your fellow grad students are likely feeling the same as you! You can't let yourself get... (more)Read 3 Answers
Answer · Internships Q&A

Is it more valuable to be consistent or to "jumpy" when it comes to internships? Would you recommend staying with one or expanding your horizons?

While commitment and loyalty look good to future employers, staying with the same company for each of your internships may not be as... (more)Read 2 Answers
Answer · Internships Q&A

What should I bring for my first day at my new internship?

Bring ID, a lunch from home, some pens, and a notebook. You'll likely be given a cubicle or desk to work at with a computer so you don't... (more)Read 3 Answers
Answer · Grad School Q&A

How do you decide which online program is the best for you?

A number of factors will go into the decision of which online program is best for you. These include how much the program costs, what... (more)Read 1 Answer
Answer · Grad School Q&A

What are best practices for balancing a full-time job and a graduate program?

Learn to plan ahead. If you're juggling a full-time job and grad school, your days are sure to be super busy and you've got a lot on your... (more)Read 1 Answer
Answer · Jobs Q&A

I've been at my job a year and feel I should be getting paid more. How do I broach the subject with my boss without looking greedy?

I've heard others discuss this before, and I think the best thing I've heard about this situation is that you should frame it like you're... (more)Read 1 Answer
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

What can students do to feel more connected to/welcomed at their college campus?

The best way to feel more connected to your college is to simply get involved! Join clubs, go to sporting events, meet your neighbors,... (more)Read 3 Answers
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

How should university organizations help to combat the rising rates of people with eating disorders? How can these organizations best support the people suffering?

Education is a valuable tool that is underutilized when it comes to combating the rising rates of people with eating disorders. Many... (more)Read 1 Answer
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

What are the best and least-expensive ways for students to learn or practice new technical skills after they've graduated/have lost access to classes through their campus that could've taught them these skills (graphic design, computer coding, etc)?

Besides exploring what options local colleges may offer in terms of classes that will allow you to learn new skills or keep your skills... (more)Read 2 Answers
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

What are people's thoughts on taking an extra semester or a 5th year in order to have less classes each semester so you can better focus on 4 classes instead of 5? Is it silly to do this, or should I focus more on the quality of my work for each class instead of the number of classes I take?

I'd avoid doing this if possible. Firstly, because it will be that much more of a financial burden on you to add on an extra semester or... (more)Read 2 Answers
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

As students, how can we help to combat hazing on college campuses?

The best way to combat hazing is simply if you see something, say something. A lot of students are afraid to speak up about being hazed... (more)Read 2 Answers
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

What is the best piece of advice you can give someone who went to private school and is now going to a huge university?

I went to a very small private school and then a huge university and it was overwhelming to say the least. I'd say the best piece of... (more)Read 2 Answers
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

What are five things that every undergraduate student should have on his/her bucket list?

1. Go to a sporting event. If your school has a football team - go to a game. If they don't, attend a basketball game. It's a great way... (more)Read 3 Answers
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

How do you make a professional writing portfolio?

There are lots of free sites geared toward making a professional writing portfolio that you can use, like Quietly, Contently, or... (more)Read 1 Answer
Answer · Campus Life Q&A

I was very involved in community service in high school, but I am having trouble finding tangible opportunities in college. How do I seek out these opportunities? What are some service projects that people have participated in and liked?

There are usually lots of community service organizations you can join on campus. Simply look through the various student campus clubs... (more)Read 2 Answers

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