I wish I knew that a lot of the clubs that were online weren't actually active in the school. I also wish I knew that a lot of people went home on the weekends, so there isn't much campus life.
I wish I would have known that my school was as small as it is and also that it was not as culturally diverse as I had assumed.
That most of the technology classes are at the main campus, not the one that is closest to me.
I wish I had known how I wouldn't get to meet too many people outside of my major and that the weekends are very quiet.
I really wish someone would have told me about all the cliches and groups at the school, even though I fit into one myself and it is easy to find one, it is still kind of a shock. Maryville is basically like a high school, which is fine if you like this sort of environment. Also, the administration (Campus Activites Board, Student Government, and Student Engagment) are very hard to work with, in particular when dealing with money distribution among organizations. The apartments are a lot more fun than the dorms - you have more of a social life.
I know mostly everything about this school before I came.
I wish I had known how much more goes into the nursing program out side of school.
I knew all I needed to know about the school before I attended.
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