Are you and your college-bound grads concerned about whether they can live a Christian life at a secular university or cut it academically? Then you'll appreciate this book! A seasoned college professor, Bozack offers wise insights into characteristics of today's students, common mistakes made by undergrads, seven effective strategies for academic success, and more. Paperback.
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Review 1 for Street-Smart Advice to Christian College Students: From a Professor's Point of View
Must read for parents/students headed to college
Date:June 11, 2011
This is a must read for parents as well as their students who are headed to college. It is also a great resource for students who are struggling in college and the parents who are concerned about them. This book covers all aspect of college life better than any book out there. It does not just talk about maintaining your spiritual walk during college but also how to excel academically. As a christian professor at Auburn University for the last 20 years, Dr. Bozack has seen the impact that "feel good education" and "grade inflation" has had on our youth today. He desires to help students enjoy and excel during their college experience while becoming the person God wants them to be. This book will help you start your college journey strong and to make the most of it!!!
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Review 2 for Street-Smart Advice to Christian College Students: From a Professor's Point of View
Date:February 14, 2009
A Necessary College PrerequisiteThis book is a must for all students planning to attend college, as well as for the parents and teachers who work with them. It provides a realistic glimpse of the hectic pace at major universities, exposes the academic and spiritual pitfalls which beset many students, and gives practical and spiritual advice for handling it all. As the mother of an up and coming college student and as a public school teacher, I highly recommend this book.