Your PrioritiesYou learn what is actually important for you. Nobody is telling you how you should behave or what you have to do, it is your decision whether to fail or succeed.
Your FriendsUsually, we find out who our friends are when we get to college. Colleges tend to make and break relationships, which seemed to be the second nature in previous convenient and comfortable life.
Your ConfidenceYou need to learn to be satisfied with who you are and what you want when you start attending college. You are not in the same class with your friends and you are not in the place where you have already established an identity.
Your JudgmentsMost of us get into college with particular judgments, which we created growing up and many of them end up immediately disproved in college. You are now surrounded by new people with new behaviors, which opens your eyes and your mind to the differences we all possess. In college, you will learn to build much more empathy and understanding of other people.
Your DirectionVery often, students start attending college with one major and leave with another. In many cases, they change it several times, and then that major is not even what they end up graduating. You should not worry about it. All you have to do is to realize what you are passionate about and follow it. It is not a problem when the direction changes, just do what you like doing.
Your StrengthTo be honest, in college, everyone does some crazy stupid shit. It is just like a qualification for graduation that you make several mistakes, some of which are very laughable, and others are not. The fact is that you will also make some great decisions concerning friendship, study and ambitious strides towards who you are. During these several years, you will become much stronger and a more complex person. These experiences will greatly change you. They will make you that person you have to become, and that is the main thing college will change about you.
May 23, 2017 in News