The Fall is here and freshman year is going to be lit! That is if you prepare well… Find out what you can do to make the most out of your first-year experience:
1. Plan, Plan, Plan!
When it comes to your future, there is much value in planning properly. For college, in particular, the way you layout your schedule, time, and extra-circular activities will be the most important thing you’ll do during your 4-year stint.
Use your freshman year to test out what plan works best for you because time management will either make or break your entire college experience.
2. Schedule A Meeting with Your Advisor
This is very important to do when
you first step foot on campus. Find out who your advisor is and schedule a time to meet with them. In most cases, freshmen are required to meet with their advisor to schedule their classes anyway.
However, if you’ve been given the task of choosing and scheduling your classes on your own, take that extra step to still meet with your advisor to ensure that you are taking the correct and best classes for your major.
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