Your freshman year of college can be both an exciting and even scary experience. It’s full of new experiences, new people, all in a new place.
With the fall semester just two weeks away, we asked FGCU upperclassmen what their one piece of advice would be to the Class of 2019.
@fgcueaglenews Give your self time to study, but also give your self time to be social. Both are important for your success in college.
— Melody (@FutchMelody) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews Do your #FAFSA ! And do it early! #FGCU #FGCU19 #fgcufinancialaid #financialaid #financialaidfriday @Jessica_E_Souza
— Jorge Lopez (@Jorgelopez_16) May 1, 2015
[email protected] Get involved. Join every club that interests you. Do your homework.
— Jessica Souza (@Jessica_E_Souza) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews do your work as its given! DO NOT WAIT UNTIL FINALS WEEK.
— amy (@_amyclvrk) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews pick and stick to a major that you enjoy. Don’t just choose the one that you think will make you the most money.
— Cody Marfizo (@Codyscopes) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews Don’t be afraid to use all of the resources that campus has to offer! We’re here for you!
— FGCU Financial Aid (@FGCUfinaid) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews make a schedule to plan your time well.
— Juan Reina (@ThatOneKidJuan_) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews @livingFGCU don’t mess up your sleep schedule.
— Hey. Wassup. Hello. (@itsnataliaduh) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews I would say have fun and don’t panic.
— Dylan Schmittler (@Dylansfgcu) May 1, 2015
@fgcueaglenews ask your professors for help if you need it. College is for you; no one is forcing you to be here.
— Paige Morgan Oswald (@Paige_M_Oswald) May 2, 2015
What do you think?
Share your piece of advice to @fgcueaglenews or in the comment section below.