With finals quickly approaching, it’s time to get your study on. Easily distracted by your social media apps outside of class and not sure where to start? We have compiled a list of top study spots in Reynolds Hall and around campus.
While Reynolds Hall offers great study spots with amazing views and natural lighting, there is no wrong place to study. Some spaces may provide a quiet and comfortable experience, whereas others may offer soft ambient sound and room for a group of friends to study together. No matter what your study style is, we're here to help you decide what works for you.
They say you can’t go home again. Scott Branham is proof that you can — again and again — and that you can make it better, too.
Finding home, however, was a bit of a journey for him.
Congratulations to Chambers College Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) students – Sean King and Jeremy Ferguson – on winning first place in this year's Race to the Case competition.
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Emma Fridley, a freshman accounting major from Grafton, West Virginia, is a first-generation college student here at the Chambers College.
With a desire to go to college, she worked hard in high school to make sure her college tuition was covered completely by scholarships.
If you’ve spent some time on a college campus or in a lecture hall, you may have heard someone use the term “first-gen.” If it doesn’t apply to you, then you carry on to your next class or activity. Or, your eyes may have widened knowing that the term very well describes you. At the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, we’re bridging the gap.
According to the Center for First-Generation Student Success, one-third of all college students in the United States are first-generation students.