a current student here
I live in Baltimore City, therefore I know a little more about the university and it's surroundings. I always liked Morgan because it is convenience in location and the tuition is reasonable. My mother also graduation in 2000 with a Master Degree in Engineering.
Live in the Academic Moment
A college education is a classic process-versus-product paradigm. Plenty of students complain about their work or obsess about their G.P.A., but that is just wasted energy and time. Ã?Â?Ã?Â?
Get caught up in any academic ennui. Instead, focus on your assignments, papers and projects for their intrinsic learning value; the grades will come naturally.
Don't Study in Your Room
Unless you have a spartan single and concentration powers of steel, your room is the worst place to study because of the comfort and the distractions.
Given the realities of dorm life, it's far too easy to wander across the hall and talk to your neighbor, or to have Facebook on while you glance back and forth from your book to the screen.
Get Connected to Campus Life
Academic clubs, social organizations and professional associations take on a larger, more applied and energetic meaning in college. You should jump in with both feet, even if it means getting outside your comfort zone a little bit.