So here are my words of warning to all those coming here and signing up for classes. It’s not the end of the world if you don’t know what you want your major to be when you come here, BUT as soon as you figure it out look ahead. Some classes are only offered every other year and sometimes they conflict with each other. If you don’t want to end up hanging around for some extra semesters, look ahead. Most advisors here are great, but you should try to control your own schedule to make sure you know you’re getting the right things. (Also, then you can do your best to avoid 8 AM classes or Friday classes, which is AMAZING!)
Also, try not to overload yourself, like taking 3 writing enriched courses at once, there is no way it’s worth it. Plus you can always fill your schedule with some fluff stuff. I personally highly recommend ceramics, as I am now the proud owner of several lumpy pots. Word of warning, don’t leave all your general liberal education requirements until the end otherwise you’ll end up in Bio your senior year. (Maybe that wouldn’t bother you, but, personally, I’m dreading the class as I haven’t taken any since my freshman year of highschool.)
As always, feel free to leave any suggestions, comments, questions, or ideas.