Storming the Campus is a modest attempt to bridge the gap between the tertiary institution student and his learning environment.
The book intends to help the jambite and the prospective undergraduate, to effectively utilise the vast opportunities inherent in higher education. The extent an undergraduate can go in the pursuit of academic excellence is not conditioned by time nor space. Rather, it is a thing of the mind and largely remains a question of choice – the choice to excell or to belong to the unfortunate league of educated ilitrates. The choice is ours to make.
The intent of the book therefore, is to assist the student in mastering his academic environment, knowing what it actually means to be an undergraduate and the needed efforts to put in place to come out tops.
The book traces the history, meaning and concept of education at all levels; how to be a functional and an effective student and become an enlightened member of the society. Also, skills necessary in surmounting obstacles and how to avoid self induced pitfalls, which may terminate a student efforts towards self-actualisation, were discussed extensively.
The well researched work is an invaluable resource material to all tertiary institution students who cherish purposeful intellectual pursuit and academic success.
Most importantly, prospective undergraduates will find the book to be enriching and highly informative.