Honest College writes, “This is a guest post by content publisher Leon Harris.
When you first start college you might not think too much about forming friendships with your professors. After all, they are authority figures and as such, they tend to maintain a certain level of separation. And yet, if you sit in the front row, raise your hand to answer questions, and take the time to discuss the finer points of the lecture with your instructor after class or during office hours, chances are good that you’ll end up becoming more friendly with your professors than the average student. And you may be surprised by the many benefits that can be gained by nurturing such relationships, not only in the here and now, but down the road, perhaps even long after you’ve left college…”