Every college student needs to learn self-discipline and how to manage time. While scheduling time for classes, work and friends, you should also schedule time to do homework. Even though that may be a silly concept to grasp, scheduling time for homework is necessary.
While it is important to drive for yourself on the road, it is even more important to drive for other people. There will always be that one guy whose tail lights are out, who doesn’t turn his headlights on in the rain or who has a 2×4 sticking out of his truck without a red … More Commuter Crossing: Be a defensive driver
Class registration is upon us, and as a commuter student, a good schedule is everything. Beginning Monday, Oct. 14, seniors with 90 credits or more can register for classes on Student Self-Service Banner. Each week following, juniors, sophomores and freshmen can register for their classes.
Most commuter students heavily rely on some sort of income so that they have money for gas, food and other fun activities. It is not always easy to carry cash around with you, and many businesses allow you to use either a debit or credit card. You do not have this luxury on campus, but … More Commuter Crossing: The RowanCard
Fall is finally here, the weather is cooling down and we are all getting used to our class schedule. It is also the time of year where you start living out of your car, if you haven’t started already.
Imagine the perfect summer morning — not too cool and not too hot. It is the kind of morning where you want to drive with the windows down. Now, mix that with somebody who has entomophobia, the fear of insects. The result: an overturned car.
September brings back football, hoodie weather, pumpkin spice-flavored everything and, of course, the struggle of getting to campus. While being a commuting college student can be a hassle sometimes, I am here to help you through it. My name is Waldy Diez,
When she’s not working one of her two jobs at The Little Gym of Swedesboro or La Esperanza, going to her journalism classes or performing in one of Rowan’s dance recitals, you can see Deanna Miller volunteering around the community with her Greek sisters of Theta Phi Alpha.
Sometimes being a commuter student leaves you with no time for extracurricular activities. However, due to scheduling mishaps, you might end up with a lot of free time between classes.
Once spring break comes and goes, it seems like the semester flies by. You are probably knee-deep in homework and fighting your jobs not to schedule you for the days of your finals. In the meantime, it’s important to keep on top of all of your homework so you don’t fall behind in the last few weeks. In … More Commuter Crossing: Not-so-secret campus homework spots