Making Friends at RIT
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You're moving away to a new place and hopes to better your education, leaving behind your family, friends, loved ones and maybe even traveling a far distance going into the unknown, some can say, but in all honesty, with all the stresses in the world, it could be really hard. On top of that, you're going through one of the biggest ships in your life. You know where all your classes are and you're left with one major tasks. Sometimes at a tech school like our I t, it can be a bit hard. You're going to be around a lot of intelligent people, and it can't seem intimidating at times. Don't let that scare you from leading new people going. My first semester, it was kinda hard with everything going on. Meeting people was probably one of the least of my concerns, but it dawned upon me like I can't keep going on this path so something is going to have to change. How can I get Yeah, Hi. How much would seven happy meals be Y'all know that stem me just hit So your boys bawling right now I got so much and grant to just spread the love with people So you know You know what we're about to do about to give out happy meals So what better way to spread the love and what he triggering my social anxiety than giving free food away to people? Honestly, what better way? Let's hope this goes with Yeah, yeah. You do not need to give away free food, terrain and kids to make friends. I just want to put myself out there and try something different, being uncomfortable and actually doing something different. Aside from that, here's some more practical ways to actually meet people on campus and actually make friends Now, more specifically, if you are a freshman, there is like an instagram page that goes around every year that you could like dm the account and, like, post yourself there, meet some people on there like interact with the people on the page as well as the Facebook group to like, as long as you are interacting with people and finding stuff for you guys have in common, go bound to meet a lot of friends before you even come on campus. As a Frenchman in your orientation group, you're gonna be with them for like, the first two days on campus. You never know if you're going to see them again. So making that first impression I ain't gonna lie to these can be mad. Awkward because you just came to college. My orientation group was awkward, but make the most out of it. You never know that person who's sitting next to you could be like your best friend for life for it. If you're already on campus, there's a lot of ways to meet people with, like the easiest, simplest way is with kids in your class, you're probably in the same major, so you already have something in common. Just socializing with the kids in your class and trying to get a better understanding of who they are could put you far ahead and you guys can help each other learn whether it's studying for stuff or doing homework together. Clubs and groups are a great way to meet people to a great way to not only build up your resume and meet some cool people as well, too. If you already joining a club, it's probably because you have some sort of similar interest. Wouldn't you find people who have, like, similar interest with you or you go to those places you'll definitely be able to find people you relate with a lot more to. The people around you are going to be a great first stepping stone and meeting people, and I can't really already is a great place to meet some really cool people. So as long as you just get out of your comfortable and make that first step and actually meeting people, we will be bound to make some pretty cool friends to you. It's not gonna be easy for everyone, but sometimes taking that first step is be a huge difference free. I hope these tips help, and I also hope you enjoy your time here at R I t wow, mhm.