Some arrive with a clear goal of obtaining a degree.
Other students simply enjoy learnin and see the opportunity to learn in an atmosphere created for that very purpose as an important part of earning their degree.
The main reasons for procrastination are perfectionism, fear of failure, laziness, lack of information, or a lack of interest. Depending on what your reasons are, here are some ways to help either avoid or at least better control your procrastination.
School costs money (actually it costs a lot of money), so some of you may have a job in order to help you pay for school and/or bills.
Time management helps you to meet deadlines and be responsible.
It helps you fit all the different pieces of your life together and complete class assignments and projects without the added stress of an approaching deadline.In addition to study requirements, extra-curricular activities affect leisure time as well.Both families and jobs also come with additional time constraints. For a student, managing time has its own special twists and turns that have to be negotiated.Whether it’s a job (or perhaps volunteering), you have to remember that school should come first.It doesn’t make sense to work to pay for school, while doing poorly in school because you are working too much.Working while at school also means you have to avoid your guilty pleasures even more, because your leisure and free time is reduced even more.However, it is important to remember to maintain healthy social relationships with friends and family.Here is some feel good advice to put you at ease and let you know you are not the only one who’s under pressure and freaking out to meet deadlines.Health and Wellness offers a safe space for students to discuss any issues they may be facing whether it be academic stress, or events in their personal life.i Study would like to acknowledge Glenna Emel for revising this tutorial's content.Students come to college with different expectations for their particular college experience.