Before coming to College I really didn’t know to much of anything about it. I only knew that it was a small college for away from home I had never even seen the campus before coming to early registration. I was so worried about getting away from home that I didn’t really think twice about where it was. I also didn’t know that this school didn’t have any sports. When I moved in my dorm room, there were a lot of things that I was not accustoming to. When I started class I got a rude awakening in my English class. Things were nothing like home and I felt out of place.
I’ve always thought that I was going to go to a college that had a football team, track team, and every other sport that you could think of. When I leaned that this college did not have any o
I thought to myself that I could wine and complain about it as much as I want, but there are people who have to share showers with an entire floor. When I came to college for early registration I had a chance to view the dormitories. I was glad to know that college was known for academics and not parties. I can"tmt complain because I need a challenge. Everyone on campus is very friendly and polite. f these sports I was a little disappointed. Another good impression I"tmve had was how helpful the faculty member are. But, on the other hand, it can be an advantage because there aren"tmt as many distractions. Sometimes it is even hard to understand people when they talk because of their southern accent. The requirements for this class were a shock for me. The first class that I went to was my Effective Communications class. I did not know that it was a honors English class. Again I do feel out of place because there are so many new ways of doing things here that I am not used to. But after moving in with all of my belongings plus my roommate"tms, I felt like there was no hope. I was surprised that the upper classmen didn"tmt act like they didn"tmt want to have any thing to do with the freshmen.