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When transitioning into college, continue to work hard as you always have, but realize that classroom learning is a small fra...
When transitioning into college, continue to work hard as you always have, but realize that classroom learning is a small fraction of what you're there to learn. The most important part of college is experiencing new activities, meeting diverse people, and supporting others in the achievement of their goals, especially when they begin to falter. Learn the skills you need to be successful in your career, but also learn patience, compassion, and leadership. These skills will take you further in life than anything you can learn in a book. Learn to stand your ground when you need to, but be kind and respectful when you do it. Take the time to study abroad because nothing can replace the knowledge and experience you acquire through seeing and experiencing the world. It will teach you tolerance and compassion and you'll likely acquire professional skills such as fluency in a foreign language, cultural expertise, and the ability to relate to people of diverse backgrounds and mentalities. You'll never learn these things in the classroom, but they will guarantee your success in everything you do.
The only bad thing I have to say about this school is the high tuition and high cost of living. The two combined really do pose a heavy financial burden on the students.
This school is located in a small town. The geographic location would be difficult for anyone who desired the big city feel. Living expenses are also very high in this area and can worsen an already difficult financial situation. The school itself is wonderful but is well known for its intense curriculum. Be prepared to work/study hard. This school is also very small. Those seeking a large university environment would likely not enjoy the smaller, more intimate atmosphere.
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