advice for incoming freshmans
Virtual Tours by Students
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I definitely recommend that, um, before coming on campus, take the time to come and visit the campus first. I came for one there their days where, uh, I think it was Highlander Day. I, I got to see the campus with about 1,000 students. A couple 1,000 soon is for other prospective students, And for me, it was just a really bad experience. I thought this campus was really, like, bad, and it just didn't look right at the time that went. I came back over the summer and you got to see the campus as full version, um, exploring it myself and seeing the different aspects of it. To be honest, I still to this day, I'm still discovering more things on this campus. So definitely taken time to come visit the campus first. Um, you'll be really surprised about what the different areas and landscaping it has on campus. Other than that, um, really just before you come here, open your mind and be open to different experiences. Different people? Uh, never Besides one of the most diverse campus is off in the country, and people parents to like listen to some really dope music because I think Riverside really, like, really, um brings out some of the best artists for our concerts. We have about 2 to 3 concerts a year, and we bring out some of the top artists in the country. So be excited to see that And definitely, uh, full beard, definitely the time to, um, open your mind up set of summer where you can just relax and er and just come with the open mind coming to Riverside because there's a lot of people here a lot different. Um, you know, cultures that you you want to get to experience, so definitely spend some time allowing yourself to be open to different experiences and stuff like that, so that he says.