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Almost There

Almost There

Dear Students,

You are almost there. As we head into finals, here are a couple reminders to help you finish the semester strong:

  1. Remember what I said about sleep a few weeks ago? It's still true. Sleep will help strengthen the learning you work so hard at during the day. Make quality sleep a priority.
  2. There's no such thing as multitasking. Find a quiet place. Put away your phone. Make that study time count.
  3. And if the stress of the end of the semester starts to feel like too much, remember there are people here to help.

Although many of you still have finals left to take, I think it's not too soon to say congratulations. I'm so proud of the resilience you've shown this year, of your hard work in spite of challenging circumstances and of how you have found ways to support and encourage each other. If this is your senior year, I cannot wait to read your name at commencement next week. And if you're a continuing student, I look forward to seeing you on campus next fall and hearing about your summer adventures.


Dr. Drew

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