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  • Jasmine from Detroit, MI

    Once you get on campus and move your belongings in get acclimated immediately with the campus. It may seem large at first but you will soon find it is not. Find out what buildings your classes will be in BEFORE the first day of class. If you are… more read full review

    Once you get on campus and move your belongings in get acclimated immediately with the campus. It may seem large at first but you will soon find it is not. Find out what buildings your classes will be in BEFORE the first day of class. If you are undecided make it a point before the end of the first semester to go to the Career Resource Center and take a survey or self assessment test. Using these tools in addition to experimenting with classes will help prevent you from staying in college forever because you are unsure of what you want to at that moment. Join at least one group or extracurricular club on campus. This will help your social life remain balanced and build your network. read full review

  • Elizabeth from Rochester Hills, MI

    The classes here are pretty intense. I'm a student in the college of Engineering, where group work is an important part of most classes. Most of the core classes like calculus, physics, and chemistry are very large classes, but they all have… more read full review

    The classes here are pretty intense. I'm a student in the college of Engineering, where group work is an important part of most classes. Most of the core classes like calculus, physics, and chemistry are very large classes, but they all have smaller recitation sections. Other classes, like language classes, are very small and interactive. Also, the size of the university makes it so that there are classes offered that professors have a personal interest in. Last year I took an art class through the German department; I learned how to weld, carve stone, and work with metal and wood in German. I've also had the chance to take a German soccer class and a German for Engineers class, and to major in Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Science because the university has the resources to offer these programs. As I get into higher level courses, the level of learning has definitely increased. read full review

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