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Since UD is fairly small compared to state universities, hands on research opportunities are plentiful. Ask around in your field when you visit! Also take some time to talk with professors while visiting, most departments will arrange a talk with one of the professors so they can show you around.» Read More
Get involved!!! Don't be afraid to go to career fairs or sign up for several clubs as a freshman. You have nothing to lose, and if you take the initiative early on, people will notice and you will open up many networking opportunities for the up-coming years. Also, forget everything you know about high school... College is completely different especially if you live on campus, and most information you gather will be presented in a way entirely new to you.» Read More
I would suggest beginning to look for a roommate long before housing is due for your freshman year. Dayton allows roommate changes once the semester has started, but unless there is a serious and immediate issue, they usually require conflicting roommates to go to some sort of counseling. Also, the atmosphere is pretty casual- you will rarely see students dressed up for class.» Read More