I've heard time and time again that college are encompasses the best four years of your life. That the friends you make there you will be friends with forever. And i have to agree. The past year at Bay Path, was a good start to my 4 years here. I have made friends that I feel like i've known for years; that's what I'm most grateful for. Finding the right college, is one of the first decisions that we as new found adults get to make. So, what i can tell students about finding the right college is that you should follow where your heart takes you. Where you think you can grow, and get prepared for the working world. As for making the most of the college experience...I also have some words of wisdom about that. College first and foremost is about learning all that you can in you field of interest. However, something that you don't want to do is bury your head in books, and live in your dorm . Get out there, be spontaneous. Have fun. Make college the best four years of your life. Don't let them pass by.
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