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President’s Podcast: Higher Education, Delivering the Promise of America

By Andrew Brown on October 12, 2018

in Campus Resources, President's Corner

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities.

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How and Why You Should Utilize a Professor’s Office Hours

By Lexi Carter on October 11, 2018

in Student Experience, Campus Resources

Some students spend four to five years on a college campus and never once visit a professor’s office. By definition, office hours are the posted days and times a professor can be expected to be in their office available to students. This is a job requirement for all instructors, so technically students are paying for this time and should use it! The purpose of office hours is to give busy students access to busy teachers. Most professors post their office hours on the

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President’s Podcast: Shakespeare, Education and Tolerance

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities.

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SUU Campus Resources & Services

By Southern Utah University on September 25, 2018

in Campus Resources

Homework can be difficult, presentations can be scary, and college can be tricky, so if you're struggling why not get help from one of the several SUU Campus Resources. These resources are funded by your student fees, so get your money's worth and visit one, or several, today. From Academic Advising to the Writing Center to psychological counseling, SUU has the resources to ensure you ace that test and stay sane all semester. Get started and check out the comprehensive

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President’s Podcast: SUU Aviation - Meeting the Needs of Students and Industry with Mike Mower

Solutions for Higher Education engages in deeper reflection of critical issues in the world of colleges and universities.

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Living in University Housing

By Parker Hess on August 29, 2018

in Campus Resources, Housing

University Housing at Southern Utah University is the best place to live as an incoming student. Living in University Housing sets up first year students up for a year of success, connection, and fun. The residence halls provide the highest quality living conditions which are safe, clean, and comfortable, as well as a learning environment that promotes maturity, supports academics, and enhances personal growth.  

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Time Management Tips in College

By Southern Utah University on August 21, 2018

in Campus Resources

College can be busy and stressful. To help you stay on top of your work and to not fall victim of procrastination, here are 30 time management tips. 

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Managing Stress in College

By Southern Utah University on August 21, 2018

in Campus Resources

College requires significantly more effort from students than high school. Once you enter college, you will probably find that your fellow students are more motivated, your instructors are more demanding, the work is more difficult, and you are expected to be more independent. These higher academic standards and expectations are even more evident in graduate school. As a result of these new demands, it is common for college students to experience greater levels of

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Stress Management Techniques in College

By Southern Utah University on August 17, 2018

in Campus Resources

Many students find that they need to develop new stress management skills in order to balance academic demands with a healthy lifestyle. Fortunately, Southern Utah University offers many resources to help students develop these skills. Many students find that they can reduce their level of academic stress by improving skills such as time management, stress management, and relaxation.

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10 Tips for Healthy Relationships in College

By Southern Utah University on August 09, 2018

in Campus Resources

Studies show that people with healthy relationships really do have more happiness and less stress. There are basic ways to make relationships healthy, even though each one is different…parents, siblings, friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, professors, roommates, and classmates. Here are Ten Tips for Healthy Relationships!

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