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 Team yoU!

For the high school student many questions come to your mind late at night after the college fair, or  information session.

For the enrolled the college student, the journey is just beginning.

You’ve earned credits or are in the process. Navigating a college/university campus services and support systems can be confusing or overwhelming. No, need to feel like one out of many.

If you need continuous support drop us a line.

You have a coach for sports, consider us your coach for college life.


Been on campus a few weeks or the semester is ending and still not quite sure you fit in or what you’re doing there in the first place?

That’s fine.

Did you know this feeling is normal?

First there are a number of on-campus resources to support your transition into this new environment. Don’t be afraid to utilize them.

  • Your academic advisor is a great resource for academic support and guidance to support services.
  • For the social aspect the Center for Student Life or Involvement or the Office of the Dean of Students.
  • If you having concerns that you rather discuss privately one-to-one there is usually a Center for Student Wellness/Health. Here is where you can access free counseling. Remember there is never any shame in taking care of yourself.

After you’ve exhausted those resources and you still want to chat, please contact us.


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  1. Hi, i have a two questions, I am a single working mom and would like to go back to college. My time is limited and i’d like to know if you can help me find a school that involves online classes mixed with on campus courses. The other concern is that i am not sure when i’ll be able to begin school but i was wondering if i could begin the process even if im not sure when i’ll be able to begin. I also need help deciding on what to take up. I have an associate’s degree in accounting but i definitely don’t want to go into that field. Would i have to start over if i choose a new field?

    1. Hi Cindy,

      Thanks for writing in! We live in a time now where colleges and universities are extremely sensitive to time and scheduling for students. Most universities have an online program or a partnership. Since you have and A.S. degree that puts you in a great position. Question: are you living in the state where you received your associates, most 2 years have articulation agreements with 4 years in their state. This would allow you transfer without losing credits and concentrate on you major. I would definitely suggest you start your research now, when do you think you’ll be ready to begin? What state do you live in? In the mean time, I will post a short list of best online programs.

      Team yoU

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