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For prospective students, I would suggest that you set up a date for orientation, so that you can get a better tour of the school and the college environment, because no one likes to walk around with a schedule in hand looking lost. It is always best to register for class as early as possible, because the class you need can get taken and you might not like the time period that is available for the class you want to take; also take Math first or second semester, I say this because it is fresh in your mind and even though you can set up your own schedule, Math is something that is easily forgotten overtime,and it will mess you up if you take it too late. This is definitely for those who struggle in math. Thank me later. Overall, just be yourself, study and don't forget to have fun every now and then.Read More
* Always go to tutoring. they have amazing help. * There is a table or a chair everywhere for you to relax and study. * Always do extra credit if given no matter if you have an A you never know if next chapter is not so friendly.Read More
There are so many resources available in this college to accommodate all students. It is best to use them as much as possible as they will help you to do better in your courses. If you are new, I suggest you ask questions and try to learn as much as possible about your career choice and about what things are offered on campus to help you to work toward that goal. Also, it is best to make sure that you speak to and adviser about your career plans so that they will be able to point you in the right direction, as they know a significant amount of information pertaining to these things and will be able to help you out. Above all, I highly advise that whether you are a new student or not, ask questions! Even if you have to go the advising office each week, do it! Make sure you have a clear plan mapped out and you set short term and long term goals for your success. Lastly, from personal experience, I have learned to take schooling very seriously while you have the chance, the time, the money, and the resources to do so. It is very easy to look back and wish you would have done something else, but know what you want and go for it! Prioritize you time and identify what means the most to you. Once you day, a week, a month, or a year is GONE, you will never be able to get it back and do things over. Know what is best or you and stick with it. Although school may be difficult now, it will yield a nice reward later on.Read More