2. Raise Your Hand
Going to class does not mean sitting in the back row, burying your head in your iPhone and waiting until everyone gets up to leave. You need to engage in what your professor is saying. I must admit, sometimes I’ve been too busy replying to my friends’ Snapchats to learn about fracking’s impact on the environment. But eye contact and questions show your professor that your mind is in the room, attempting to understand the material. Want your professor to know your name in crowded lectures? Stop using your hand for Words with Friends and raise it.
3. Stop By Those Office Hours