Don’t Forget to Go to Fish Camp
You have been accepted into your college of choice and now you have a million things on your mind. Packing, moving, registering for classes, getting your textbooks – all of these are mandatory activities that you must complete before your first 8 A.M. class even begins. It is easy to let something optional, like Fish Camp
, slide by the wayside when you already have so much on your plate. But Fish Camp
can actually be a huge benefit to incoming freshmen, and you should try your hardest to squeeze attending the orientation into your already packed schedule.
, formally known as "freshmen orientation," is something that all universities throw in order to introduce incoming freshmen to the college’s particular traditions and day-to-day operations. It also serves to introduce incoming first-year students to the college life in general. Some schools also invite transfer students to orientation sessions so that they may learn the ropes of the college as well. This is beneficial even to students who do not plan to spend an extraneous amount of time on camp
us, such as commuter students.