Do you remember that feeling you got when you had to pack up and leave home for college freshman year? You were nervous to leave the place you had called home for so many years and to venture into unknown territory. There were so many opportunities for things to go wrong and send you back home with your head down, forced to face the grim reality of defeat. Along with the scary possibility of failure, there was also the possibility of having the time of your life, which was what kept you counting down the days until college move-in day.
Fast forward to where you are right now. The fear of failure and endless amount of nerves you experienced when heading to college for the first time seems like a lifetime ago, doesn’t it? There you were a naïve freshman thinking no place could ever compare to where you grew up -- maybe thinking college would never feel like home. Fortunately you were wrong and found a home away from home. Here are a few reasons why college became your home away from home.
2. Fun campus events.
3. Everything you needed was only a few minutes away.
4. Sense of belonging.
5. Food every hour of every day.
6. Classes are actually fun!
7. There are tons of things to be involved in.
I mean, who wouldn’t have fun?