There is nothing I truely did not know about this before attending it. I have had many friends and family who have graduated from this school and are doing well. I was knowledgable about the school even before becoming a student of the institution.
I wish I had known the amount of work load. I wouldn't say it unmanagableable, but it is more than I use to. I definitely helped to go to a community college first. It was a good transition between high school and a 4-year college.
Personally I'm not sure, because I attending school before I transfered to George Mason. If I attended George Mason first I just wish I would have known how expensive school really is and listen to my mother about saving.
Before coming to George Mason, I wish I had known that I would have to pay out-of-state tutition regardless of my service to this country and that the Criminiology degree is really a Criminal Justice degree plan.
I wish I had known that so many people went home on the weekends. I also I wish I knew how important sports and Greek Life were. There are many oppurtunities on campus, but I wish they were more well known.
Where everything was. Maybe it's small compaired to other schools, but to me it was big and I didn't know where anything was. I suggest before attending take a tour and familiarize yourself with the campus.
I wish I would have known about the work load. As a student-athlete, there is practice, classes, study hall, and work. Knowing the prices of books and how many everyone would need would have helped also.
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