Ask the Advisors……

We’re halfway through June which means mid-terms are upon us.  Many of you are already in the thick of it and if you are working on papers right now – we salute you!  Keep going and just remember that the 4th July holiday is just around the corner (don’t forget that school is closed that…

Stressed Out……

University is a stressful time. In many ways, its essence is transitory. Yes, you’re here for a couple of years at least, but its main purpose is to propel you towards a new career, a better job, a change of pace. Whatever you want to get out of your time at GGU, it’s probably going…

California Dreaming

  The last few weeks have been tough.  For those of us who were here last term, we had finals, a short break and then straight back for summer.  For our newcomers, the last week or two have no doubt been dominated by trying to figure out room locations, textbooks, where to buy a cheap…

And We’re Back!

  Yes, it may only seem like yesterday that we were poring over our textbooks during finals week and here we are again. Our coffee may barely be cold from those long nights revising, and it’s time to do it all once more. But don’t worry! GGU’s Welcome Week is here to ease you into…

Don’t Panic!

It’s that time again…..All nighters, endless coffee runs, despondently watching your friends’ antics on social media, while you’re stuck in the library. Yes, it’s finals week! But seriously, it’s a tough time for everyone right now. You’re looking at your list of projects, presentations, exams, assessments etc and wonder how you’re going to fit it…

Voice of the Students: Katrin Eyjolfsdottir

For this week’s blog, we’re meeting with student, Katrin Eyjolfdottir, who’s in her first term at GGU. Katrin joined us from Iceland where she’d been working for a couple of years as a flight attendant on Iceland Air after completing her Bachelor’s in psychology at the University of Reykjavik. Katrin is now in the Industrial-Organizational…

Voice of the Students: Bhavin Bhanushali

This week, Bhavin Bhanushali, SGA’s Vice President (Education) shares his thoughts on why you should come to GGU and gives us tips on finding somewhere to live: He talks about the US education system:- and what the SGA does:- Finally, he gives us advice on how to enjoy the Bay Area’s Indian cuisine scene! Thank…