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Make sure to go look at the campus in person and with your parent(s). Make sure to apply to as many scholarships and stay positive. When things do not go as planned just remember everything happens for a reason, you might not always know the reason, but you will find your reason later.» Read More
One main important tip from a current student is to NEVER be afraid to ask for help. I have gone to professor's office hours and no one is there. I have a whole hour at least to ask questions, to come up with different scenarios and to get to know my professors better. There are times when students come and they are too asking questions about the material and then they understand it better. Math, for example, is all about getting enough practice to do those sine, cosine, and tangent problems. If you go to Office Hours with your math professor and ask for practice problems from him or her, they will be glad to do so and it shows that you want to succeed in their classroom. ASK FOR HELP!» Read More
Be ready to teach yourself. You absolutely HAVE to read your textbook. Keep on top of all your work because it is on the fast paced quarter system. Most majors require being a research assistant or getting an internship if you want to go further in your education. Find a professor you like and BEG them for the opportunity to be their RA or set you up with an internship. It will really help in the long run.» Read More
Be prepared and have fun! College is not always about getting 4.0 every quarter. Meet good people and develop personal relationships. The people you meet will be the people in your life most likely. Study hard and go to class because your paying like $50 for each class.» Read More