IMPACT 2021 prep is underway

( Photo / University Relations ) IMPACT leaders at Session 1 IMPACT 2020 Codi Clemmons Staff Writer Every future Troy Trojan at the undgergrad level attends an IMPACT session the summer before starting at Troy. Along with those attending the orientation sessoins, there are also appointed leaders who serve as mentors, helping the incoming students register for courses and get to know the campus. Currently, applications to be a 2021 IMPACT leader are now available as the new IMPACT sessions are approaching in a few months.  Students interested in becoming…

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Manage your time, and get better results

Kimberly Steele Time can often mean the difference between turning in a great assignment and proper understanding or a slap-dash, last-minute attempt at something. Megan Greer, a computer science major from Panama City, Florida, who was a senior in the spring, understands this. “When I was first starting out … I would leave my assignments until a few days before the deadline,” Greer said. “I quickly realized why my professors were giving us so much time to work on them.” Time management can be a hard skill to learn. “Honestly,…

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Finding your niche at Troy University

Tamela Staples IMPACT gives you the opportunity to connect with organizations that will be valuable in your college career, according to Quinta Goines. Goines, a multimedia journalism major from Needham, Alabama, who was a junior in the spring, is a Trojan Ambassador and president of M.I.S.S. Elite Society. “When you go to IMPACT, scope out two or three organizations that you really like,” she said. “And make up your mind to join them. You will meet some of your best friends from organizations, you’ll be able to network with people,…

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