I wish I had known that there were some additional classes that I needed to take that Keuka did offer. Also courses were changing because of faculty that retired so some courses got lost in the switch over and will hopefully be offered again
I wish i had known some of the students at keuka college. That way i wouldn't doubt which people i should talk to and which ones i shouldn't talk to. As a new student, you won't be able to tell what kind of habbit some of the students are into, so u endup making the wrong friends because you are new and not familiar with the things they get into. it takes a semester or two to find out. But all thesame i choose my friends wisely because i don't want to endup making wrong friends.
I came into Keuka College as a transfer, and the only thing I really wish I had known was about transition week. Having attended a different college previously I knew about transfer activities, but Keuka does it differently. They have a ropes course on campus and you are required to go up there to do some team building. It was a lot of fun, but I wish I knew exactly how close I was going to get with my fellow transfers.
I wish I would have known how high the college costs are. Going away to college really made me look at how much money I have. The whole college experience is one costly adventure.
I wish i had known that I would be doing the same thing on the weekends every weekend is the same its just another day.
I wish I would have known how terrible the food in the cafeteria was.
i knew a lot before i had come to this school, i was very interested so i researched it well. But when i got here they were able to answer any question i had about the school.
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