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Save the Date: Grambling State 2019 TigerFest – “TigerWorld” Official Schedule of Events

Tigerworld2019 Spring Celebration Will Feature it Food, Fun, and the Famous

From Sunday, April 7 to Friday, April 12 our campus will feature unforgettable “TigerWorld” themed events, delicious food, and show-stopping performances by student talent, national recording artists, and comedians.

Students are invited to save the date for this year’s big events: Continue reading

2019 Internship: Coca-Cola “Pay it Forward” Connects HBCU Students with HR, Communications, and Accounting Experience

COKE-SQUAREApplications are open now for Coca-Cola UNITED’s ‘Pay It Forward’ Internship. The opportunity offers students from any major a week-long expenses-paid internship and $1,000 to use towards school expenses.

Grambling State University students are encouraged to apply now at https://cocacolaunited.com/coca-cola-united-pay-it-forward-internship-application.

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12 Semester Success Tips from the Grambling State University SGA President

Headshot-AdarianBy Adarian Williams

Guess what #GRAMFAM? That’s right, it’s the first day of classes for the 2019 Spring Semester! The first few weeks on campus are extremely critical for all new and transfer students.

During this time, you get to make high-impact decisions that will have an effect on the rest of your life.

Here are few critical tips for your first weeks (and a few for the longer term) that will make sure you’re on the road to success: Continue reading

Tiger Tips: End-of-Semester Spring 2018

by Stephanie Lindsey & Sarah Renee Garner

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The end of the semester is here!  While you’re working to retain information, don’t forget your health. Here are five tips to help you, my fellow students, ensure that our last few days on campus are stress free.

Tip 1: Do Your End-of-Semester Check
Remember that our regular class schedule ends on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. Be sure your assignments are in and reach out to professors about potential extra credit.

Tip 2: Plan Your Study Time
Reading period starts Thursday, April 26, 2018 and ends on Friday, April 27, 2018. Take advantage of it. Form study groups and link up with other students who know your class subjects.

Tip 3: Be on Time
Finals begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. on April 30, 2018. Tardiness can tank your grade. So, don’t risk it.  

Tip 4: Eating Hours Change on May 5th
Be mindful of the dining hours in the cafeteria. During finals’ week, Dining Services will be open for normal service hours. After May 5, the cafeteria will be on the weekend schedule. Brunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and dinner will be served from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

Tip 5: Schedule Your Shuttle
Lastly, the student shuttle bus will transport students to the airport from April 30 to May 4. Make your reservation before April 30 to ensure you make your flights.

Thank you to our Student Government Association and University Communications for this first edition of Tiger Tips. If you like the video, follow @Grambling1901 on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to let us know.