Getting involved in college is one of the best things you can do for not only your future, but for your sanity. This is my second year in college, and while my classes are so much harder than they were last year, all of the organizations I am in help me keep my sanity! For me, it helps to keep me going, because if not, I won't get anything done.
Organizations, no matter what they are, make you be social with those around you, make you feel as if you have a purpose, and teach you so many things.
Coming to college from three hours away, I didn't have my high school friends with me by my side anymore, so I had to get involved to have friends. I've found clubs that I absolutely love and am so passionate for, and clubs that just aren't my cup of tea. However, I never would have known what I liked if I didn't give it a try! So far, I've gained leadership skills, broken out of my shell, learned how to deal with people from all around the world, and gained some pretty awesome friends along the way. Overall, being involved in organizations has pushed me to be my best self.
If you aren't involved on campus, I seriously feel so sorry for you. Also, there is so many to choose from! You can join Greek Life(which I highly recommend), campus ministries, clubs for your major, and so much more! Get out there and look at your options, even if you don't think you'll like it or click with the people in there just give it a try. What's a fifteen-thirty minute interest meeting going to hurt you? It's not, and you may even find an organization that you become so, so passionate about.
So go on out there, find you a club or two. You'll make friends, school will be so much more enjoyable, and you won't regret it!