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Empowering Your Student

Adam Zundell |

While your students are attending West Virginia University, they will have countless opportunities to identify and develop their passions. Many students find that what drives and motivates them aligns closely with their coursework or field of study. 

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Cole Smith |

As you welcome home your Mountaineers during this winter break, take some time together for thoughtful reflection. It is important to identify the successes and areas of improvement from the Fall semester when planning for the Spring semester.

Read More: Bridging the Semesters

Cole Smith |

As we approach the end of the semester, we understand that this is a critical time for your college student. The final stretch of any term can be challenging – but this is especially so during their very first semester. Your support and guidance can make all the difference. There is a lot you can do to assist your student during this time of year.

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Cole Smith |

As the seasons transition from summer to fall, your student is likely transitioning from a nervous and excited newbie on campus, to someone with a new sense of self, purpose, community, and routine. They have found their flow in their courses, and most have taken at least one big exam. Mid-term grades will be released this month and they serve as a snapshot in time of how your student is performing in his/her/their courses.

Read More: Mid-Term Grades, What Do They Mean and What Can I Do?