Ada's parting words and advice part ii
Virtual Tours by Students
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This is going tio sound a little tacky, but I think Porto use just the policies of a school. Um, really, actually read through, you know, the fine print and make sure that the school supports things that you that you're proud of. Here we have really sustainable dining, and I'm really proud that we're making a commitment to, you know, making the world a better place. A lot of schools these days just seem like businesses who don't really care about your education. Make sure you pick somewhere where you feel like they really care about your education. They're not just trying to get money out of you. If you don't like your school, you could transfer. I will tell you first semester is always going to be hard. I don't know a single person who felt like they there's first semester went perfectly. If something still wrong after maybe the first year, then maybe you're not in the right place but give give the school a chance. Just really, you know, do all the tacky orientation events and let them help you adjust Because it is hard for semester. So don't panic if the supplies to you if it happens to everyone. I hope your college decisions go well and maybe I'LL see you around.