Attendance Matters Because showing up is half the battle

When students enter college, they have more responsibilities to keep up with than they did in high school, namely, completing work and showing up to class.

New college students have the choice to attend class and complete work...

...or ignore responsibilities and slack off.

Poor grades often lead to high stress levels. Contrary to what many students chose to believe, studies show that attendance and grades are directly related.

Data show that skipping class is not only caused by, but also perpetuates the cycle of academic procrastination.

One way that college students can free themselves from the hurtful cycle of procrastination is to develop and stick to a schedule.

Habits that students develop in college are likely to stay with them throughout their lives. Attending class regularly is critical for building life-long time management skills.

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Nathan Seifert
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