From filling out your FAFSA to finding the right location to study, to making use of help centers and eating nutritiously; academic success is the end result. From exercising, to getting sufficient sleep, to making the best use of your textbooks, to taking advantage of the Federal Work Study Opportunity, to attendance and punctuality and to buying and selling your text books; academic success is the end product.
There are many factors that contribute to your academic success, these are the most important ones, you as a student should be able to identify what promotes your success, by the same reasoning, you should also be able to identify that which will hinder it, so as to steer clear of it. Academic success is an indicator of success in the ‘real world,’ if you are successful in your academics, it is highly likely that you would be successful in your professional life. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with the first step, and academic success must begin with dedication, motivation, discipline and commitment, armed with these, you are on a path to academic success.