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The college schedule is very different than the traditional high school schedule. You've probably already wondered what college will be like. Well, ...
College Life is a reality television program on MTV created by David Wexler, about the day-to-day lives of eight University of Wisconsin-Madison freshmen, filmed on the campus of the University but without the cooperation thereof (a disclaimer is aired at the beginning of each episode stating that UW does not endorse the program). It debuted on April 13, 2009.
Everyone knows that the worlds of high school and college couldn't be further apart. But, what parallels can be drawn between the two? From childhood to adulthood, high school allows you to gain a sense of what it will be like to be an adult. On the other hand, college allows you to fully take ...
No matter how prepared you think you are for college life, you may feel anxious when you arrive on campus—even flat-out panicked. But not to worry. Here's some advice from those who have "gone before."
The text below is excerpted from 10 Things You Gotta Know About Your First Year of College, available now at Barnes & Noble.
About Matthew Castoral. Matthew Castoral is a sophomore professional writing major and communication studies minor at the State University of New York at Cortland (SUNY – Cortland).He is an up-and-coming writer with the dream of becoming a published author and television/film screenwriter.
What is college life like? College life varies based on the college you attend, the location, the size and what courses you decide to take. To learn about what college life is like, you can talk with people who have been to college, visit college campuses and continue learning about college before you become a college student.
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