The college was actually more than I expected. I was expecting a small-sized school when I signed up for online classes on accounting certification. I was surprised to find out that their online classes are only a mere fraction of what they offer along with the capability of the campus and facilities. If I should've known that they are much more equipped and that they offer online, blended, and flexible classes I would've started sooner with my associates degree.
Before I came to Harper I wish someone would of told me about how much college close to home is different than a university. They're two totally different experiences and I wish I had done some more college visits before deciding to go to Harper. I also wish I had known to leave my money at home; food at school is great yet pricey.
I wish I had known how to study while I was in high school, it would make my college life a lot more simple and easier. In high school I was used to procrastinating and getting extra chances to turn in late homework, but in college I can't do that and I wish I had learned this earlier.
I did a lot of research before I chose which school I would attend, which answered all of the questions I had about the school.
I wish I had known that it would be harder to make friends in a junior college compared to a regual four year college.
I wish I had known the exact degree path I wished to persue.