Your college transition can be scary and exciting all at the same time. You will undeniably meet both some of the coolest and most frustrating people you will ever encounter during your college career. It’s the first time you are truly on your own, and it is awesome.

Take it as an opportunity to grow as a person and take your skills to the next level.

1. Never say ‘no’ to new experiences out of fear.

 This is the time for self-discovery. Use your best judgment on what you choose or choose not to pursue, but don’t be quick to close doors – you never know what you may enjoy!

2. Remember to call home.

College is exciting and nerve-wracking, and your parents will always be there to listen to your problems. Don’t forget that your parents will be anxious until they hear updates on your well being from your phone calls.

3. Set a good example.

Remember you are always setting an example. Think about who you want to be and how you want to inspire those around you.

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