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Branch out of your comfort zone. Everyone is in the same position as you so it isn't as scary as it seems. Everyone is so friendly. There are MANY amazing organizations to partake in, DO IT. You don't realize how many people you will meet by doing so.» Read More
- research! research! research! What is on UNCG websites about classes, majors, fine arts and dorm life only scratches the surface of how far the rabbit hole goes -Make sure you are majoring in someone you want to do!! There is no doubt there are professors who can help you achieve goals. Don't just obtain a major in hope that you will having economic security. (even though that is important) Professors can help get you into a job and career you want to do. And they may know people! - Get involved! Whether it is, Greek Life or joining a specific group! you will have fun here! - come out of your shell. There are absolutely no cliques here. Everyone is becoming their own person. Even at the beginning of school, you could sit with people you don't even know and start conversation and it not feel awkward - Get you housing plan, meal plan and classes together or get an idea of what you want and you will be ahead of the game before orientation.» Read More
Make sure before attending or applying for housing, you come visit the school first. Try to be involved by participating in clubs, joining intramural sports, volunteer, attend games, etc. Be careful with whom you choose to hang with, because they can make or break your freshman year.» Read More