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Get in touch early with an admissions counselor here, who will help you with everything until you start your classes.
If you are taking AP classes, make sure you take the AP tests and do well on them, so that you can transfer in credits and start with a lighter load. It is always good to start with a light load while you get used to how things work.
If you may be transferring more than 12 credit hours, you may want to wait until you have paid your part of the tuition before you ask to have the credits counted.
Class starts the last week of August, and registration is the last week before class starts. You meet with a counselor who teaches classes associated with your major, and he/she advises you on what to take. It is a good idea to meet with him/her again a couple days after your counseling appointment and review the schedule in case your mind has changed about any of the classes.
Don't be afraid to prank. Now, I don't mean anything dangerous. Just fun things that won't hurt anyone or anything. You'd be surprised at how fast a friendship can be made once you've pranked someone! Plus, if you decide to go to LeTourneau, you'll be attending an engineering school (unless you ask a flight major, in which case it's an aviation school). You'll be amazed and awestruck at some of the epic pranks the engineering students can come up with.
Don't come to LeTourneau with your Ten Year Goal in mind. The school will change you. God will change you.
Get engaged in a local church! There are some really amazing ones, and growing in your relationship with God is more important than anything else you could do on campus.
DON'T SKIP CHAPEL! I know it's easy to, but you'll miss some really good ones and will be scrambling at the end of the semester to complete your chapel credit.
Take dual credit classes in high school. They are an excellent way in getting rid of your basics so you can start on something relevant to your major.
Apply for housing IMMEDIATELY after being accepted (if you know you are going there). I waited until mid-June before my freshman year and barely got into a dorm.
Check LeTourneau's deadline for FAFSA as well, if you want need-based financial aid or loans.
-LeTourneau offers a great learning community for all of its majors, but especially for students seeking a hands on degree related to Aviation or Engineering.
-Do your Homework
-LeTourneau is pretty small, so everything is campus centered.
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