First off I would tell my freshman and sophmore self to try harder. I would tell myself to really study Spanish and be good at it. I would want to tell myself to join more clubs and be more active. I would like to tell myself to take more Dmacc courses becaause I could have had more dual credit. Most I would just tell myself not to settle for anything less then what I deserve.
It doesn't really matter what college you go to, it's what you do when you're there. Just pick a school that fits your personality, take time to go on visits. Where ever you go, you will meet some great friends that will help make your college experience better. Get involved in on campus activities.
Go on a visit. I give tours to prospective students and the more visits people have been on the better informed they are for college life and are able to prepare for it. Also ask any question that comes to mind matter how stupid you may think it is.
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