One thing I can guarantee is that you'll leave freshman year with a new friend or two and you'll be bummed you have to leave them all summer.
Tag: making new friends
Eliza Zachowicz—When I was preparing to come to school, it took me some time to realize that I would be sharing a room with another human. A human that I truly barely knew at all, as we had only met twice in person up until the day we moved in. While you can text back … Continue reading My Biggest Fear: Dorm Living
Marie Fischer—In the sorority world here at Brockport, it's been a crazy hectic time. We just finished out our formal recruitment and last night we officially welcomed in 17 new members into our sorority. For me, it's been a wild weekend thinking about how I'm officially two years old in sorority time, making me one of the … Continue reading Finding your way through Sorority Recruitment
NancyLea Illsley—Being a part of SUNY Brockport is so much more than being a student. It's being a leader, a co-worker, a friend, a mentor, a tutor — anything you always wished you could be, you can be right here on campus. Ever since I was in high school I felt the desire to be … Continue reading Why Should You Get Involved?
Alexis Marchitte—Well, somehow almost 2 months of summer have passed since I left Brockport and now freshman orientation is upon us. There are certainly ways to maximize your experience and make the most out of your overnight orientation before you finally move in! I remember my orientation and the people I met like it was … Continue reading What to expect from orientation
10 Things I learned this year
NancyLea Illsley—I am a transfer student from SUNY Delhi. I graduated with an Associate's in Business Administration. I decided I wanted to go to Brockport June of 2015, the summer before my sophomore year. I came to visit and brought my sister (she goes to Alfred State) and absolutely fell in love. There is so … Continue reading My Transfer Experience
Two years of insight for those wondering what it's really like.
Alex Bill—As the year has finally spun to a near conclusion, there are so many things that I have learned while here at Brockport. It seems that the longer I am here the more I tend to learn about myself, those around me and my future endeavors. This year has had its many ups and … Continue reading Conclusions on a Wonderful Year
Alexis Marchitte—The picture featured is of myself and 17 other Brockport students who chose to spend our spring break in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. Recently I became interested in volunteering because of a lecture we had in my English composition class. My professor started asking us what makes our life worth something, … Continue reading My Alternative Spring Break