Some final words of advice to all you out there. good luck!
Virtual Tours by Students
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I just want to give you guys a couple of quick tips about GNU. It is a New York City, so it's a big city school in the city is your campus. Although we have a large presence in downtown Manhattan in the village on why you owns a lot of the buildings surrounding Washington Square Park, and that's where a lot of our classes are. Why you is a big school? There are fifty thousand students on Why you About twenty six thousand of them being undergraduate students? So it's really easy to feel like there won't be a sense of community or there won't be. You know this like connection between you and other students because of the size and school and because we're in the city. You have to go out and you have Tio, you know, join a club or meet new people. There's They do a lot of things to make sure that you stay connected, which is a great thing, so it's really up to you as a student. It does get very cold during the winter, but if you're here for the fall semester in the end of the spring semester, it's beautiful weather. It's like Sonny and like sixty degrees, you have to wear like a light jacket, maybe in a T shirt. It's actually sixty five degrees outside and sunny, and we're at the end of February, so I'm hoping that we kind of keep this weather throughout the rest of the semester, but we'll see being in the city is an amazing experience. It has definitely impacted the way I look at college. I couldn't imagine being, um at another at the university outside of a big city now, because I'm really comfortable in this atmosphere. I definitely think it's a very positive thing because it kind of forces you to have this greater sense of independence and responsibility because you're living just, you know, in the city you're living among other people and not necessarily on a closed off campus or on leeway with your friends and professors and different things like that. It has had a knauss, um, impact on me before I say good bye. I just wanted to give you guys a quick tip in a piece of advice. You know, even if you're a freshman, you think you have a lot of time to keep your to get your G P A up. It's way better to work hard at the beginning and continue throughout so that you have a really good G P A. That helps you get internships, helps you make connections and lets you be eligible for more scholarship or to keep your current scholarship. There's so much good that comes out of working hard in your classes, and I know I wish I would have done better. I just, you know, there's things that you always learn and grow as you're here in you. So I just really hope that you guys had fun on the tour with me.