By Donte Medder |Staff Writer|
As the quarter comes to a close and graduation draws closer, some upperclassmen shared some advice for undergraduates.
“Stay focused, have fun, but at the end of the day, you have to make the big decisions that will set you up for the future,” said Jordan Burris Senior.
“Half and half is only good for coffee, so if you plan on doing well you can’t BS,” said Josh Gouch Senior.
“Get involved on campus. Do anything to stay involved and it’ll make your college experience worth while,” said Chris HanHan Junior.
“I would suggest they just find ways to get involved on campus and meet new people,” said Tyler Lange. Junior.
“I would say surround yourself with the right people,” said Nezanet Woldai. Senior.
“I would advise undergrads to not put off deadlines for school or work because when you do, you get overwhelmed and you don’t want to do any of it,” said Alex Barden. Senior.
“Spread your classes out and make sure you’re sprinkling in the easy classes with the hard ones,” said Krea Baker. Senior.
“Have your fun but be responsible,” said Eileen Sanchez. Junior.
“Enjoy your time but don’t stretch yourself out too much,” said Adela De Dios. Junior.
“If you have your major set, just stay focused and do it, even though there are a lot of steps and it’s hard. Just finish,” said Erin Campbell. Senior.
“Actually go to class,” said Danielle Eriksen. Junior.
Wrap it up.” Andrew Young. Senior.
“Go out of your way to maximize this short span in your life.” Taylor Statham. Junior.
“Find out how to set your schedule on a path towards graduation.” Sidney Hall. Senior.
“Try to have a plan before you get out because once you’re finished you face the real world.” Theron Laudermill. Senior.