Checking In: How is your Fall Quarter?

Congratulations! We’ve each reached the six-week mark of Fall Quarter; we’ve passed the hump!

(Does anyone else feel like classes just started?)

Some of you may have just finished your midterms while others may still be in the thralls of midterm assignments, and still others may have had no midterms at all! Regardless, everyone has been putting in the work and you should be proud of what you have achieved thus far.

The middle of the quarter is always an intense time. Part of being in a quarter system is that time flies, fast. No due date is ever really as far away as you imagine. As soon as you conquer one major assignment, it seems another is right on your heels. It’s important during this time to take a step back and check in with yourself. In the midst of school and extracurriculars, we can sometimes neglect our most basic needs.

How are you feeling?

What’s dwelling on your mind?

Here at the Honors office, we want to help you be successful and we’re always thinking of ways we can improve the student experience. Our Academic Representatives, members of our lovely Honors Student Government, would love to hear about your Fall Quarter experiences so that they can ensure your success this quarter and into the future. They’ve curated this survey to see how students are feeling and what students need from the program. Please share your experiences with them; your input is always welcomed and encouraged!

Now is also a good time to check in with your advisors to make sure you’re on track. While walk-in advising might be over, our Honors advisors are available for appointments to talk through any concerns or questions you might have.

We’re proud of all of our students and the hard work they put into the program! You’re in the home stretch!

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