How will college be different from high school?

How will college be different from high school?

What should I expect from my professors?

What should I expect from my professors?

How can I manage my time?

How can I manage my time?

How do I help my parents understand college if I'm the first to go in my family?

How do I help my parents understand college if I'm the first to go in my family?

What are some steps to surviving my first year of college?

What are some steps to surviving my first year of college?

How can I make new friends at college?

How can I make new friends at college?

Should I use Facebook to get to know my new roommate?

Should I use Facebook to get to know my new roommate?

Should I use Facebook to get to know my new roommate?

Should I use Facebook to get to know my new roommate?

How can I make new friends at college?

How can I make new friends at college?

What are some steps to surviving my first year of college?

What are some steps to surviving my first year of college?

How do I help my parents understand college if I'm the first to go in my family?

How do I help my parents understand college if I'm the first to go in my family?

How can I manage my time?

How can I manage my time?

What should I expect from my professors?

What should I expect from my professors?

How will college be different from high school?

How will college be different from high school?

Can I work on campus?

Can I work on campus?

Should a student join a sorority or fraternity in the first year?

Should a student join a sorority or fraternity in the first year?

How can I get involved as a commuter?

How can I get involved as a commuter?

How can I find activities to join?

How can I find activities to join?

What are the drawbacks of campus involvement?

What are the drawbacks of campus involvement?

What are the benefits of campus involvement?

What are the benefits of campus involvement?

How soon should I get involved on campus?

How soon should I get involved on campus?

Where do you go for information on disability services?

Where do you go for information on disability services?

How do I sign up for classes?

How do I sign up for classes?

Where can I go to get my books?

Where can I go to get my books?

How can I stay safe on campus?

How can I stay safe on campus?

What services are available to me on campus?

What services are available to me on campus?

How can I manage stress?

How can I manage stress?

How often should parents call their child?

How often should parents call their child?

How often should a student call home?

How often should a student call home?

What can parents do to help ease the transition?

What can parents do to help ease the transition?

What are some ways to deal with homesickness?

What are some ways to deal with homesickness?

How long should I expect the adjustment period to take?

How long should I expect the adjustment period to take?

What can I do in the summer to prepare for living on campus?

What can I do in the summer to prepare for living on campus?

How do you know if your roommate needs help of some kind?

How do you know if your roommate needs help of some kind?

What are some ways to create a pleasant living environment?

What are some ways to create a pleasant living environment?

What if my roommate and I are complete opposites?

What if my roommate and I are complete opposites?

What topics should I discuss with my new roommate?

What topics should I discuss with my new roommate?

Should I talk to my roommate before move in day?

Should I talk to my roommate before move in day?

What can I do to survive my first week in a residence hall?

What can I do to survive my first week in a residence hall?

What is the Resident Assistant there for?

What is the Resident Assistant there for?

How can I keep my things safe on campus?

How can I keep my things safe on campus?

What are some ways to adjust to using a community bathroom?

What are some ways to adjust to using a community bathroom?

What are some ways to adjust to living in a dorm room?

What are some ways to adjust to living in a dorm room?

What should I leave at home?

What should I leave at home?

What should I bring to campus?

What should I bring to campus?

Is there a difference in success rates for on campus vs. off campus students?

Is there a difference in success rates for on campus vs. off campus students?

What are some drawbacks to living off campus?

What are some drawbacks to living off campus?

What are the benefits of living off campus?

What are the benefits of living off campus?

What are some drawbacks to living on campus?

What are some drawbacks to living on campus?

What are some benefits to living on campus?

What are some benefits to living on campus?

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Richard Stevens

Dr. Richard A. Stevens, Jr. currently serves as the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Residence Life at Shepherd University. He is also the Program Coordinator and Instructional Professor for the College Student Development and Administration there. He has worked in Student Affairs since 1987 with his first position as a Resident Assistant. Dr. Stevens received his Bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary, his Master’s degree from Iowa State and his doctorate from the University of Maryland, College Park. His research interests include identity development and college environments. Dr. Stevens has a strong commitment to the on-campus experience for students, both commuters and residential students. He has published articles on commuter students and their involvement in living learning programs as well as sexual orientation identity development and grounded theory methodology. He has served as the Editor of Developments, a national publication of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) since 2002 and currently is the 2008 General Program Chair for their national Convention. Dr. Stevens is a member ACPA, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, (NASPA), Phi Kappa Phi, and Mensa.

What should I expect from my professors?

Dr. Richard A. Stevens, Jr., Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Residence Life at Shepherd University, discusses how college will be different from high school including what students can expect from their professors.

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