That's a wrap!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Well, I really hope you guys liked my little sneak peek at the University of Utah. I hope you guys realize that these videos can't even come close to encompassing everything that this university has to offer. Truly, I'm not just saying that because I am a transfer student, so I know how hard it is to adjust that first year and how important it is to feel at home on a campus and this place. I really hope that if you come here, you can feel it, too, because it's unlike anything else. It may be a big school of, like thirty five thousand students, but there's so many ways and so many programs you could get into to make this big campus small and a home and just absolutely love your four years or five years that you spent here. Really? You d'oh um, but if I had any last pieces of advice, I feel like the best people to tell you our I interviewed a lot of people in this process, and it was honestly such a good thing for me to just to talk to people about their product, like their process and experiences here. I made a list of the ST bits of advice that they would give two incoming freshmen have a little less down here. The first one was Call your mom or whoever and tell them how grateful you are for all the home cooked meals you got because you're going to miss him when you come here. There may be times and it's hard, but it's worth it In the end another one was Your grades don't define who you are Don't let a bad test grade keep you down Just keep moving forward. Um always reach out to people Don't be afraid to make new friends University's only what you make it in the people you surround yourself with s you last one is Oh, yeah, I love this one. It's about growing as a person and letting yourself expand and figure out who you are and that it's ok to change and that you're not going to be the same person that you came in. So I wish you all the best of luck with wherever you end up going, whether it's the University of Utah or anywhere else in the United States are in Europe, or if you don't even go to college honestly, just best of luck and go utes.