advice for freshmen?

<p>any upperclassmen with advice for incoming freshmen?? so excited for next year!</p>

<p>Sit in the first few rows, get the professor to know you by name, especially in the large classes. Try a schedule that leaves you 1 or even 2 days for internships starting on your sophomore year. Save some free time to do something you like. Partying is ok, do so in a sensible way! -Although yesterday it was Craaaazzy, and loved it. As soon as there is a major event, GWU is always 1st to get to the White House since its only a few blocks away, then is the American crowd and last the G-town, so we party first in line!!
Good luck, enjoy your ride at GW, you'll really love it here!</p>