1. weezyhuy's Avatar
    dont worry i wont.

    im not much of a social person so i dont have too many friends, so i dont really have anything better to do than homework and such. and i pay attention in class and what not, so yeah...
    I did not learn realize until early in my career, it's not fully dependent on what you know, however on rather who you know. Go out there, develop on your social networking skills.
    2008-08-17 08:45 AM
  2. hotsammysliz's Avatar
    yeah im leaving for college the 28th im going to be a freshman at rutgers majoring in computer engineering and possibly minor in graphic designs. im sooooo excited and i cant wait like someone else said before its like a clean slate so i can start all over and not worry about any petty high school crap
    Last edited by hotsammysliz; 2008-08-17 at 10:12 AM.
    2008-08-17 10:07 AM
  3. preston03's Avatar
    join a fraternity
    I plan on rushing
    2008-08-17 07:51 PM
  4. bballcat03's Avatar
    I plan on rushing
    good call
    2008-08-17 08:31 PM
  5. iball2929's Avatar
    It's not what you know or even who you know. It all boils down to who knows YOU.
    If no one knows you then college be a waste of time and money.
    Get out there and start meeting people. The person you meet at college today could very well wind up be the person giving you a J-O-B when you get out of college down the road.
    2008-08-17 09:19 PM
  6. Justin06's Avatar
    I'm leaving for college end of August, but I'm a sophomore so it's nothing new.

    I agree, if you are a freshman the best advice to give is to just be yourself and do as much as you can. If they have like freshman orientation or special events that you guys can do, make sure to do it. Everyone is new, and most likely not that many people can with their group of friends so its a great opportunity to meet new people.

    And speaking of frats, a lot of frats have open parties for the first couple weeks, if you are interested you should hangout with them as much as possible (we had a school Greek Party where all the Greek organizations are there ready to talk to freshman) not only will you meet new people, maybe friends but if they know you, you're invited to any closed parties they have. In addition, the frat I joined we have over 20 guys (small school) and there are people with the same major as me, but a year or more ahead, so it's nice that they can help me with classes we've both had!
    2008-08-17 10:18 PM
  7. Zeal's Avatar
    2008-08-18 06:28 AM
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    2008-08-18 06:39 AM
  9. ALL DAY's Avatar
    Yeahhh. I'm leaving the 27th for the University of Michigan (anyone else?)

    Hopefully it'll be alright...
    2008-08-18 08:27 AM
  10. lillewis51's Avatar
    Do you enjoy dissing yourself? Stop putting yourself down..
    And zeal has now moved on to moral help...but i do agree
    2008-08-19 10:42 AM
  11. Kaloyan's Avatar
    Im starting college tomorrow although I am not going away yet, going to a community college for the first 2 years then planning to go to Layola University. Anyone else going there?
    2008-08-19 07:37 PM
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