Whether you’re an upperclassman or a freshman, here is what you should be doing to prepare for college!
Four years went far too quickly.
Bloggers Kayla Green and Spencer Linsner spent an hour answering questions from prospective Brockport students and families on Monday, March 20. We’ve captured the full conversation on the College’s Facebook page, to watch at your convenience. Have additional questions that weren’t answered here? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter!
Tune in to the College’s Facebook page on Monday, March 20, at 7 pm for a live chat with two of our student bloggers, sophomore Kayla Green and senior Spencer Linsner! We welcome your questions about life at Brockport. We look forward to chatting with you!
It happens to all of us.
Kayla Green—One thing a lot of people are unsure about before entering college is food, AKA the most important thing in life. As a freshman living on campus, you will have the choice to get either a 14 meals a week plan or an unlimited meal plan. You get Dining Dollars with both plans, a little…
Kayla Green—As seniors in high school, we are expected to apply to colleges, pick one to attend, and, arguably hardest of all, choose a major or field of study to pursue while we are there, leading to the career that we will spend our lives doing. No pressure, right? Wrong. I remember being extremely overwhelmed…