TIPS FOR GRIFFINS ENTERING COLLEGE FROM MACEO SAMPLE '17
1. College is only hard if you make it hard. You come from a school that enables you to grow and mature much better than other students elsewhere. Your school has instilled in you time management, resource management, ethical codes of conducts, and other things that you might not notice until later. Use all of what you have been taught to your advantage.
2. Beware of distractions. It is okay to have fun after you finish your work. The only place fun comes before work is in the dictionary. Be sure to enjoy yourself, however, know when it is time to call it a night or where to go to stay out of trouble.
3. Make friends that want the best for you. This is the growth factor in your academic career. You will meet all sorts of people. People that don’t care about you, people that care too much about you and your business, and then the people that want the best for you. Choose wisely.
4. Get involved early and often. This will establish a good character for your name. When you arrive to a new place and no one knows you, your name, character and actions are all you have. You should always show the best part of you. It will gravitate good karma, especially if you are whole hearted in your intentions.