Name it. Share it. Do it.

Keep on keeping on.

Keep your motivation up and feel connected to other students across Franklin Pierce’s campuses by participating in AMP, the online Academic Motivation and Persistence Forum.

AMP is for all students at Franklin Pierce—part time or full time, on any of our campuses or online.

It’s simple. Set up a free account on the microblogging site Twitter, and post one academic goal you have each week. Label it as part of the AMP Forum by including the tag #ampf (#gampf if you’re a grad student). You can post from any computer with Internet access or your cell phone if you can send a text.

Naming a goal will help you notice your own progress and learn from your experience. By taking part in the stream of student goals you can help others by giving them ideas, showing them they’re not alone, or even replying directly and encouraging them by using the Reply button.

Learn more at http://bit.ly/mendhamt_ampf, or email Tracy Mendham from Franklin Pierce’s Center for Academic Excellence: mendhamt@franklinpierce.edu for more information.

Watch who’s AMPing at http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23ampf



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