1. Save Your Money!
You’ll thank yourself later. It is recommended not to work a lot of hours your first few weeks of school to help ease the transition.
2. Hang Out with Your Hometown Friends and Family
We know moving away from your family and hometown friends is really hard, but there are so many people left to meet and plenty of ways to make new relationships. And trust us, it won’t be the last time you see them!
Really, it’s not as scary as it sounds. There are many opportunities to get acquainted with college, like Welcome Week.
4. Know Your Schedule
Making sure you have all your dragons in a row before the first day of school will help immensely! Get a calendar app or a planner and figure out your schedule. Don’t overbook yourself the first couple of weeks.
5. Talk to Your Roommate
Give them a call or text, maybe even get together and grab a coffee. Plan out who is bringing what so you don’t double up on unnecessary items.
6. Set Goals
Set goals to motivate yourself. Don’t want to gain that freshman 15? Make a plan to go to the Russel & Ann Gerdin Wellness center a few times a week.
9. Get Excited!
Everyone is so excited to welcome you to the #DragonFam! If you have any questions, contact us at anytime.
Assistant to the Director of First Year Programs
Major: Public Relations with a minor in Mass Communications
Fun Fact: Emma is an excellent juggler