What should students know before stepping foot on campus?
if you already have a to do list, you better get everything going as early as possible. open up your mail box so you can order stuff online, get the bank accounts, check in with the organizations you joined or get on the wait list first. most importantly, meet your academic advisor to discuss your academic plan.
Naturally, we’re talking about when the show up for orientation, since they’ve already been there a few times – or better have been! They should have committed a map to memory and should have walk the campus several time to gain familiarity.
That this is their home for the next 4 yrs, and they better make the best out of it!
How to get there….you do not need to be a college genius, if you know what you want and how to get to the campus you are good to go…I would make sure tours and information sessions are being held prior to visiting.
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