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1) Meet with your counselor as much as possible to see if you're taking the classes. 2) Not only is your major extremely important, but thing about minor(s) that you want to get. There are a lot of options! 3) If you're interested in Kelley, check out living in the Kelley Living Learning Center! It's amazing!» Read More
First thing first, visit the campus! Don't ever attend a college without physically seeing it! Next, save up as much money as possible! I'm in so much debt from the first two years. Take scholarships seriously! That will also lower the cost. Do not buy your books from the campus bookstores. I bought mine from amazon for way cheaper. Also, approach IU with a serious mindset. I messed up my first semester grades because I thought I could treat college like high school. IU's classes are harder than most expect.» Read More
Stay focused--going to a large school can be a bit overwhelming, but it can also be as small as you need it to be. Take on what you know you can handle; this goes for academics and clubs/teams/etc. Lastly, don't be afraid to try new things. IU is really rich in culture and you should take advantage of it. You start living when you leave your comfort zone.» Read More