advice, college Help for Students Outside of the Classroom May 29, 2017

Everybody needs help at some point in their life. Whether it be a child that needs help from their parents. A parent that needs help in raising their child. Somebody of an older generation who needs help attaining the standard of life they still deserve. Or a school or college student who needs help with their studies. Everybody needs help. In regards to the latter, a student needing help, you should know there are more people that offer it than just teachers, tutors and lecturers. No, the assistance extends itself further than just the classroom. Keep on reading to find out more!


First of all, if you are a student, you should know that you don’t have to suffer in silence if you think you have been treated unfairly by your educational institution. And you should also know that there are specific people and services out there who are professionally trained to help you. These people are known as education lawyers, and the services they offer cover all the different kinds of education malpractice that you could think of. They focus on representing students fight all sorts of issues relating to their school or college life. They represent students who wish to legally fight against bullying. Those that wish to fight against academic misconduct on the part of their educational institute. Those that wish to contest against issues with transcripts. Those that wish to dispute financial aid. Those that wish to dispute degree classifications. And a whole lot more. So, if you are a student and you feel you have been treated unfairly enough to warrant taking legal action, then take it. And get a professional education lawyer, such as Asselta Law, on your side when you do so. Everybody has the right to contest something when it has treated them unfairly or left them in a bad situation, and students are no different.

But the help extends itself further than just legal aid and cover. It extends itself even further than aspects of student life that can’t be seen, in fact. Yes, it extends itself to mental health. But, just because mental health can’t be seen or isn’t physically detrimental, it doesn’t mean it’s not real. And it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t seek to get help fighting it if you do in fact suffer from it either. There are a whole host of people and services out there that help students to combat mental health problems — such as depression or anxiety — and they should most definitely be taken up on their offers. One such service that has been set up to help students combat mental health problems is Nightline. They are an anonymous service that has been set up by students for any student that is suffering from the plight of mental health. If a student were to be experiencing such a plight, especially if they were to be experiencing it at night time, then they could call up the Nightline branch and chat. They could chat about themselves. They could chat about their feelings. They could open up about themselves and what it is that it is bothering them. They can talk about whatever it is they feel comfortable talking about. And they need not give their name or any other details when they do so.

So, if you’re a student or are a prospective student, just know that help in education is not just to be found in the classroom. Being a student is a way of life, therefore more help is needed for it than just help from a teacher or lecturer. It’s not just about acing classes (although that is recommended). It’s not just about getting everything out of your studies. It’s about getting everything out of student life that you deserve to get out of it. And there is always help out there that will help you do just that.

I hope you enjoyed the post!

Thanks so much for reading, as always <3

Xoxo, Rae

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