5 Steps to Surviving Freshman Orientation | USA TODAY College
Freshman orientation is good for three things: becoming familiar with campus, building friendships early on with your hallmates and getting enough free cups and T-shirts to last a lifetime.
Your days will start at the crack of dawn with hall breakfasts and plenty of bonding experiences, and by the time your Orientation Aide is finished with your activities at night, you will crash in bed.
And if you’re anything like me, dread the next morning where you’ll have to do it all over again.
No matter if you go to a large state school or a small college in the middle of nowhere, orientation is a huge ordeal that will consume your life for a few days and will throw you into every lecture on alcohol abuse, diversity, academics and safety that your college could possibly think of. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your orientation.
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