Catherine Chadwick
August 2018

Making Use Of College Campus Resources And Student Practices

Colleges have tons of resources available for college attendees, alumni, and others that need assistance. Some may be more commonly thought of than others, but these resources are there to help and often are cheaper if they have a cost attached to them at all. It may just take a little research on the part of those interested to find out what is available in their local area.

Some campuses have created groups to help struggling students get access to freshly grown produce. It might be a class selling their grown produce for a low cost. Or it might be donations that are distributed. There is often access to other cheap or free items for students who might be trying to be conservative with their finances, such as basic health items or access to resource centers to educate and provide better information to the individual. Some campuses also provide free counseling services that are not only guidance counselors focusing on school classes and scheduling, but also can be an outlet to speak to someone about life stresses such as school and finances. Resources available on campus or through the college vary. So, a bit of research may be needed to find the resources that apply best to your needs.

For people looking to save some money and still get quality training to use in the workforce, places like trade schools are usually considered places where, after a good amount of training, the students can practice their craft with success. Hair stylists and beauticians, massage therapists, automotive specialist, plumbers, and other types of trade schools may have quality services that are available for cheaper than what a four-year college graduate degree would cost.

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Catherine Chadwick

Catherine is a long time local of the North Bay Area and lives with her two cats and many reptiles. She graduated from the local junior college, with degrees in English, Natural Sciences, and Social & Behavioral Sciences. Her interests vary frequently, which lends themselves to her ever-evolving writing. Working at a couple of departments in Ameritech Financial, she has seen much of the processes that go on and aims to lend her knowledge to those around her. She is easily reached by direct message or email.

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