It still feels a little like high school with it being so small.
How few extracurricular activities there were and how few students attended.
i wish i would have known how racially predjudice alot of the students are and how close minded the students are as well.
that it can feel really small at times, the school spirit is less than what you would expect at a big school, greek life seems to dominate the social life on campus with those students being most involved on campus, the facilities are not the best for research
How small it was and the campus life that it provided.
even freshman year grades matter
I had friends who attended the school so I feel like I knew a lot about the school when I came.
I wish that I had known how to study. Sometimes at this school studying is vital for encoding information. Many of the classes are difficult and demanding, and having a good study base from the get-go would have helped me tremendously.
I wish I had known how extemely similar everyone is that attends this school. Different personality types are very hard to find. I also wish I had known how ridiculous the science department is. They make Chemistry much harder than in should be.
How to better choose a Soccer program that would fit my athletic wants and needs.
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