Before I came to Northwest Nazarene University, I wish I would have known more about my decided major, engineering. Though the engineering program is very good here, I figured after two years in the program that engineering is not for me. Also, I wish I would have known more about the film school here. This is an excellent program and as a result, I have switched my major to Mass Communications.
I wish I would have known to do better in high school. I wish I would have kept my grades up and gone to school right out of high school instead of doing it the hard route. Going to school full time and working full time is very difficult and when you are 18 you simply don't comprehend that.
Going into college, I wish I would have known that scholarships are easier to lose than most people think. I wish I would have buckled down more when it came to homework, and I honestly wish I had listened to my mom better because she knew what she was talking about.
I wish I had known the difficulties associated with making the transition from high school to college. It is very difficult to teach yourself to study, and is something that should be discovered quickly.
I already knew just about everything because I had visited the campus before. Plus I had heard things from an older sibling.
I wish I had known how hard it would be to get continued financial aid from my major department.
I wish that i knew that it was ok to have some fun as long as I still got my homework done.
Nothing. I knew everything I needed when I came to school.
Nothing. I knew a lot about the school already.
How cold it gets in the winter.