Virtual Tours by Students
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I am a junior marketing major here at Texas A and I'm based business school. Choose a name because I grew up in a G. Gordon raises my dream to come to school. Teo, I guess get to school here because I had to get a scholarship to way back and everything. I want to come here for the traditions in just the quality of education. What would you say? Describes the student body as a whole student body. Literally everyone you meet at an inn and whether you're sitting next to him on the bus or next time in class with this walking on campus, everyone has a smile on your face and is willing to make a new friend. How can you get involved in a gem like what are the best ways to get involved? I did sort of recruitment, but even if you don't do that, they're literally like hundreds upon thousands of signal organizations at a minimum. So the beginning of the school year, everyone sets up like booths and banners and stuff near that MSG on Main campus. It's really the best way to get involved just to talk to students who are already in organizations that you're interested in, whether it's you looked it up online and then find the students, or you just walk up to someone pulling a banner, then just go to informational meetings. There's so many way have literally, like hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of clubs. I think we have the most clubs in, of all Southern schools. Yeah, I think everyone I know's involved something, something we'll tell me some pro cons of texting. Definitely the people of the quality of education classes are hard, but I think it will definitely pay off to be worth it. Just because you networking everything, the campus itself is such a good environment. All the organizations again, everyone has a place to get it. It's stations going into such a cool town morva college in town, giving us more to do so. They have a bit of an overcrowding problem on campus, so parting is absolutely ridiculous. Food lines are long, but other than that, I love being here. What would you tell your senior yourself that was looking for colleges and preparing for the future? Advice to my senior yourself? Let's see, Definitely there's so many college options. So go with your gut feeling where you feel like you would fit in best where you can see yourself driving. Don't follow your high school friends to college. Go your own way, make your own friends and it'll definitely pay off.