I don’t know if this too late, but I still felt like writing about my first semester, so here it is:
A. My experiences at Baruch College, overall, have far more than lived up to my expectations. I’ve enjoyed nearly every minute, and I knew I made the right college choice.
B. I think my first semester went pretty well. Some classes were not as “easy” as I thought they’d be, but I appreciated an academic challenge that I had never faced before. I feel like I made many new friends, many of them more relatable than most of the people I knew in high school. Despite all the work, my four months at Baruch were far happier than my four years of high school.
C. If I could do anything differently, I would’ve tried to have gotten more involved on campus. I plan to join some clubs in the spring though, so it gives me something to look forward to. I would’ve also tried to take advantage of SACC, but I think my GPA this semester will be turn out just fine. Also, I would try to not procrastinate.
D. I already can tell that Baruch has greatly changed me. I don’t know why, but I feel much more mature and self-confident. I feel more like a leader and less like a follower, which I think is a part of college.
I guess this is the end for Freshmen Seminar, but I had a great time, and hope to see all of my classmates again in the future.