I wish I had known more people.
I wish I would have known more history behind OBU.
I wish That I had know more about money managment.
I can't think of anything, really.
The intense amout of work required for classes here in comparison to other universities.
I wish I would have known how many activites are avalible. There are so many and it is hard to keep them all straight. I wish I would have known a head of time so I could have planned better to what I want to be involved in. Luckily within t he first week of school they have a club fair type of event where you get a chance to see what all is out there.
It is windy here...always.
I wish that I had known that there would be more things to do at the school, and that some of the classes required to take there wouldn't be completly rediculous.
I wish I had known that I wasn't getting as much financial aid as I thought I was. And I wish I had known that there was no wireless internet in the dorms.
I wish that I would have known that four year colleges are the real deal. I previously went to a community college and the work was far from hard. The teachers in four year colleges demand perfection and it is your responsibility to give it to them. If I had known this then I would have taked my community college time more seriously and would have taken more challenging classes. Because I did not do this, I feel that I am at a disadvantage and now I have to work extra hard to make up for this.
More applicable skills
I wish I had known more about which major to choose.
That people in this school as well as in the community are very friendly and helpful.
College gets a lot harder Sophomore year...
That tuition would go up and my scholorships would go down.
I wish I would have known how to apply for more scholarships so that it wouldn't be so expensive.
I transferred from another university, and I really wish I would have known how great a school OBU is, and how much of a better and more educated person I would become in such a short time because of this school.
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