College is a major opportunity for trying new things: new friends, new courses, new ideas, and even a new you. College is the chance to stand up, branch out, and discover your unique purpose. But what new things will you try in college? And what happens to all the things you've learned along the way about yourself, your values, and your faith? Will you just accept whatever college life asks you to try? Or will you accept the call to try higher?
Trevor Francis (Ed.D.) is an academic counselor, writer, speaker, and founder of Higher International, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing spiritual leaders on college campuses. He and his wife Nicole reside in Elkins, Arkansas. Author, Trevor Francis (Ed.D.) is an academic counselor, writer, speaker dedicated to developing spiritual leaders on college campuses. He encourages young adults to avoid the college student stereotype and make standard setting decisions that lend towards being leaders academically, socially, and spiritually on campus.
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