CBA faculty and staff share their words of wisdom about how to be successful in college:
"School is your work. Get the most you can for your money!"
"Life is an open book test. Each life test is usually unannounced and many times there are no make-ups."
"Take the time and make the effort to acquire and hone those honest/ethical street skills to survive in the future, with good communication being toward the top of your list."
Fred Marich, Instructor, Marketing
"If what you are doing - right now - is not consistent with your number one goal, you lose."
Robb Martin, Visiting Senior Lecturer, Management
"Start focusing early on how you can differentiate yourself to employers upon graduation. Create an engaging resume by doing interesting things to separate yourself from the rest. Options are many: hold a leadership office in a fraternity sorority, study abroad, gain work experience through an internship, volunteer with a missions group, get involved with Toastmasters, participate in the Sales Competition...."
Dr. Deborah Owens, Associate Professor of Marketing
"Ambition is the path to success, persistence is the vehicle you arrive in."
"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
Stephen Washington, Instructor, Finance and Director, Fitzgerald Institute