College Questions You Should Be Prepared to Answer This Holiday Season

College Questions You Should Be Prepared to Answer This Holiday Season

You thought you were free from annoying relative questions as a senior this holiday season: adults are bored of hearing about your sports, classes and teachers, they know your friends and significant other, you’ve taken the ACT and SAT, prom is months away and homecoming was months ago. But college application season is like the full moon to were-questioners. Every adult you know will be quizzing you on all things college, and you need to be prepared. These answers may not be enough to satisfy the hungry interrogators, but they will be enough for you to bide your time until a little cousin has to be questioned about her new loose tooth or starting kindergarten.

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How to Recover from Spring Break Blues

How to Recover from Spring Break Blues

Even if you didn’t go to some tropical destination for Spring Break, it’s likely you’ll be returning to school unready to deal with the rest of the semester ahead. However, there are ways to beat the Spring Break blues and enjoy the spring semester like you should.

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10 (Useful) Things I Wish I Knew as A Freshman in College

10 (Useful) Things I Wish I Knew as A Freshman in College

The transition from high school to college can be a tough and scary ride. A part of you is so ready to be independent, and the other part is scared to move on from your high school days. It’s a new chapter in your life, and you can choose to embrace it or to let it hold you back.

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The Decisions You’ll Make

The Decisions You’ll Make

One of our UF on-campus specialists, Jon High is approaching the end of his college career and had some amazing thoughts to share with incoming freshmen:

My time as a college student at UF is nearing its end, and I find myself reflecting back on all of the decisions I made that lead me to where I am now. I can vividly recall a few of the bigger decisions that caused immediate, significant changes in my life; however, I’ve realized how simple it is to overlook the importance of all the small, subconscious decisions we make everyday that impact these bigger decisions. 

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