At Sharda, you will make your mark. By forging great friendships, joining clubs, playing sports and taking part in campus life, you will make the most of your time as a college student — and find out who you are. This campus is rich with traditions like doing things your way while transforming your life and making the campus a better place. You’ll pick up life skills along the way, like leadership. And you’ll find SHARDA is one of a kind, like you.
Leaving home for college means you’ll be exploring a new place, making new friends and setting your own priorities. You’re going to face big changes in a small amount of time, which can be both exciting and intimidating.
Help is available, but it’s up to you to ask for it.
Getting Help and Support
Although being in college means that you have new independence, it doesn’t mean you’re on your own. College is full of resources – professors, tutors, counselors and advisors – and help is available, but it’s up to you to ask for it. If you find you can’t keep up with your course work or other responsibilities, it’s time to talk to someone; don’t wait until you get your midterm grades.
Here are some of the many things you’ll be taking charge of in college.
The hard way that managing your time well becomes even more important when you leave high school for college. Classes are a priority, but extracurricular activities, jobs and internships are important parts of your college life too.“One of the best and worst things about college is that there are so many things to do besides taking classes.” You’ll have to make choices regularly about where to focus your energy.
Handling a Social Life