Wolfpack In Action: Anderson Saint Georges

Monday, February 06, 2017


Why did you choose Addictions Counseling as a major?

I am passionate about helping people who are struggling with drug addiction. Consequently, getting my major as a Substance Abuse Counselor really equipped me to adequately serve and save lives that could have been destroyed by the disease of addiction.

What would your ideal career path look like and what are your plans after graduation?

My ideal job would involve training other Chemical Dependency Counselors in becoming cross-culturally competent. During my senior year at Oak Hills, I've had the privilege to speak at the Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health (MARRCH), where I discussed how addiction treatment professionals could better work with Afro-Caribbean immigrants. 

After Graduation, I traveled to Haiti to assess the drug addiction problem, and develop a treatment program that will meet the needs of the people struggling with drugs addiction over there. Currently, I am working towards certification and licensure in my field.


Wolfpack In Action: Jeremiah Johnson

Thursday, January 26, 2017
What was your major/degree and why did you choose it?

I initially came to Oak Hills to get a 1 year bible certificate so I could assist with a youth investment ministry on the Iron Range. Towards the end of the school year I was encouraged by many professors to consider staying for Pastoral Ministries program.


How to Thrive in College (Hint: Syllabus)

Monday, January 23, 2017

"Please read the syllabus carefully before Wednesday, along with chapter one," a professor would say on the first day of class. Some professors would have students sign the back of the syllabus, and some would even hand out a syllabus quiz!


How to Destress During Finals

Thursday, December 08, 2016

Over the course of next week Oakies will be hustling and bustling trying to turn in their final papers, and studying for final exams. Students will be spotted late at night in the library munching on sugary snacks, chugging caffeinated drinks, and roaming the hallway dragging their half-asleep bodies like zombies.


When and How to Choose a Major

Thursday, November 17, 2016

A major is a specific subject area that students specialize in. Typically, between 25% to 50% of the courses you’ll take in Oak Hills will be in your major or related to it. But how soon do you have to choose the major? Will it determine the rest of your life? We're here to provide more information and ease your mind.


Complete FAFSA early!

Thursday, November 10, 2016

The number one “no-no” in college enrollment is procrastination. Students who apply to college late, and apply for financial aid late tend to end up with significantly more debt than students who complete their applications on time.


Most Important Factors For Choosing a College: Majors

Friday, October 28, 2016

Have you known since you were little what you wanted to do? Have you felt God urging you into ministry? Are you fascinated by how the human mind works and shapes our behavior? Or are you completely undecided?


Step-by-step Guide to Choosing the Right college

Monday, September 12, 2016

As a high school student, trying to decide when and how to begin your college search can be intimidating to say the least. Should you attend a large state university or small private college? What program should you major in?


Is College Worth The Tuition?

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Did you know that the average student loan payment for students between the ages of 20 – 30 is $351 per month? That means that nearly 18% of the average college graduate’s after-tax income is going towards paying off student loans each month!


Oak Hills Ranked among Most Affordable Colleges for Parents

Friday, June 24, 2016

If you’re a parent, chances are your laundry list of things to worry about began the day you held your newborn baby for the first time. How will I keep this tiny being alive? How can I protect her from the dangers and evils in this world? Will we be able to afford to send her to college?


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