Building Community: Lessons I Learned Freshman Year

By Allison Todd on March 2, 2018

College is a new adventure, and freshman year is filled with exciting twists and turns to branch out and meet new people. But, sometimes the relationships you find, aren't the ones you quite expected. And what about the high school friends you left behind?

Here are five lessons I learned about relationships during my freshman year.

Questions to Ask Before Declaring an Engineering Major

By Allison Todd on February 16, 2018

When choosing a major, it can seem hard to know where to begin. How do you choose what to study? What path should you pursue if you don't know what your career goals are yet?

The good news is that picking a major is more than just picking a job. By declaring a major, you get to follow your interests and learn how to use them to influence the world. One field of study can lead you down numerous different…

Surviving College without a Car

By Allison Todd on February 2, 2018

I have survived three and a half years of college without a car. Yes, there were times when I felt bad about having to ask around for a ride to the grocery store or felt like I was pulling teeth to find a ride to my church. But through all of these encounters, for better or worse, I made it. And you will too. Stranded on campus? Here are three transportation options to get where you need to go.

On Engineering and Faith: A Q&A with Professor Matt Williams

By Allison Todd on December 13, 2017

Matt Williams, assistant professor of engineering, recently joined the Cornerstone University community as a faculty member in the Kinesiology, Science & Mathematics Division. With degrees in both engineering and theology, he is passionate about preparing college students to excel as virtuous engineering professionals and committed disciples of Christ.

During a recent conversation, Professor Williams…

Three Myths About Nursing

By Allison Todd on November 28, 2017

From administering medication to educating patients on physical therapy strategies, your decision to enter a career in the health care industry means that you will play a meaningful role in saving lives. With a career in nursing, it can even go beyond basic patient care.

Surviving Your First Year as an Engineering Student

By Allison Todd on November 6, 2017

Freshman year at college is an adventure. You are in a new city, you have new friends and you begin to feel your first sense of independence. While it's great to finally experience freedom, being responsible with your time and resources is vitally important as you begin to feel the pressures of your course load, especially for an engineering student.

The Church Search

By Allison Todd on November 3, 2017

Arriving for your first year at college, you have all of your classes planned out. But, there is one thing you didn't plan ahead: where to go to church. Since you don't exactly live down the street, it's hard to know where to start.