Starting college, you’ll be bombarded by advice. Study hard, get good grades, involve yourself in a club. These are all good pieces of advice but others, whether practical or humorous, can be left out. Here are some things to remember, whether you’re starting college as a freshman or returning back from summer break.
Packing all those boxes, only to find out not all of it fits in your dorm.
You will most likely still have work to do. Especially when you don’t, in fact, get a snow day.
Off to class!
Remember to give yourself a break every once in a while though.
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If you’re feeling overly stressed, take some time to relax. Go grab some food at the local diner or walk around the mall.
It could be used once throughout the semester or every single class you have. Ya never know…
After you get adjusted and meet new people, you’ll feel a lot more at home. No one ever said you can’t still keep in touch with family and friends from back home.
Everyone’s heard of the Freshman 15 but you can still treat yourself. The important thing is to feel comfortable in your own skin.
Go talk to your professor if you’re having a problem. Of course, you can always talk through things with friends as well.
Sometimes, you’ll feel like hitting that snooze button multiple times but try not to miss your class.
Okay, that one might sound like a cliché but you’d be surprised where those opportunities will lead.