The task of finding a job as a freshman can seem daunting. You might worry that you won’t be able to find a job. Or not know where to look for a job or what kind of job to get. However, finding a job isn’t impossible.
Posts Categorized: Tips & Advice
In my last blog I gave you some advice on how to eat on campus. But you can’t forget the physical fitness aspect. At UW Oshkosh we are very lucky to have the Student Recreation and Wellness Center: an awesome facility – FREE for students – that offers tons of equipment, fitness programs, a rock… Read more »
You get a letter from Residence Life and you open it with a combination of nervousness and excitement. The news is in and your roommate has been decided. At last the wait is over. So what do you do now that you know your roommate’s name? Figure out who they ARE. Like. What do they… Read more »
Are you looking to join a cool student club or organization on campus? Or are you looking to get a little information about what some student clubs and organizations do? Well, unfortunately I can’t tell you what every student club and organization does, but I can surely tell you a little about my student organization…. Read more »
The dreaded “Freshman 15,” or as my parents always teased, “Freshman 45,” is a fear that a lot of incoming students may have. If you’re nervous about this… don’t worry! I’m going to share with you ways than you can make sure you stay healthy while in college.
Most of the Odyssey dates for Fall 2011 are done now, but if you’re like most students you’re probably scouring TitanWeb trying to make your schedule as perfect as you can before the semester starts. During Odyssey there is one question that almost every student asks – and you might still be thinking about as… Read more »
Independent living is just around the corner. You’re probably starting to plan for your residence hall room and maybe freaking out a little bit about what to bring. At this point there is the temptation to go overboard, which will inevitably cause you to end up with a lot unnecessary and unused things. So to… Read more »
One of the most frequently asked questions I hear on tour is, “Is Oshkosh safe?” It’s an understandable concern; besides attending classes here, roughly 4,000 students live on campus as well. Seeing as how June is National Safety Month, I thought it would be awesome to just let you all know some of the sweet… Read more »
Time flies when you’re having fun, right? Well in that case, college must be SUPER fun because I don’t know where this past year went. It feels as though I was just home for winter break, but here I am moving everything back home for the summer. One year done, and I’ve got to say… Read more »
A residence hall is like a dog; they come in all shapes and sizes and have a unique personality. It’s important to consider whether you want one that’s big, small, or in-between because each brings you a different experience. Scott Hall is like a Great Dane: fun-loving and outgoing, while being easy to get along… Read more »