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Make the Most of Your Freshman Year
Part 4 in a series on going to college:

Part 1: Applying

Part 2: Paying

Part  3: Majoring


Going to college can bring about a mix of emotions. You might be sad to leave your home and high school friends, but excited to meet a whole new group of people.

You might be scared about harder classes and larger classes, but you may be happy to get to study in particular area. No matter how you are feeling, it's always good to have someone to ask questions, especially on important topics such as classes, meeting people and getting involved.

Here, my friends and I give you advice on what college is all about, especially your first year of school. Click on the topics below the pictures to read what each of us have to say.

After, be sure to post a comment or question if you have anymore questions or need more advice. We'll be sure to answer you the best we can.

Meet the Students:

Meghan, age 21, UW LaCrosse Junior Sara, age 21, UW Madison Junior Austin, age 20, UW Madison Sophomore
Kelsey, age 21, UW Madison Junior Kelly, age 20, UW Madison Junior Stephanie, age 20, UW Madison Sophomore
Craig, age 20, UW Madison Sophomore Brittany, age 20, Cornell College Junior Kristine, age 21, UW Madison Junior

True or False: To avoid being termed a "child of the Devil" Ben Franklin's father, Josiah, had Ben baptized the same day he was born. Click Ben's head for the answer.
TRUE: Puritans believed that children born on the Sabbath day, Sunday, were conceived on the same day, which was a sin.

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"Thanks for all the advice!!!"
IsisMollyO, 17, Spokane Valley, WA

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