The Importance of Having an Academic Advisor
September 29, 2016
Why an Academic Advisor is Right for You.
The average college student has their work cut out for them and it’s easy to get overwhelmed with every step of today’s college experience. How do you find financial support? Find your way around campus? Choose the best major, and more importantly, secure a job in your field after graduation? No matter what information is available at the click of your mouse, sometimes a friendly, personalized conversation from an academic adviser can make the difference between success and frustration. And when it comes to that, West Texas A&M University has you covered. They offer one-on-one help with advisers to help you with every step of your college experience. A pay-off for both the student and counselor. See why having an academic adviser can help you find success in your college career.
The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD®) is celebrating Rare Disease Day 2021 with The Balancing Act.
Travis Flores is a 29-year-old cystic fibrosis survivor and a recipient of a very rare third double-lung transplant in May 2020.
The Balancing Act has partnered with the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) and WEGO Health to shine a light on rare diseases and the impact they have on patients.