<p>Does the walking help you lose weight a lot?
Yes. My weight didn't change, but only because my walking went up along with the number of calories I consumed.</p>
<p>Do a lot of people become lazy or do they take advantage of athletic facilities?
It seemed like it was pretty directly related to how far you lived from the gym, unless you were on a team, a diet, or already a gym rat.</p>
<p>Do you get hungry often at first on the meal plan?
I had an unlimited plan. This meant that I'd wind up going to the dining hall several times with different people to talk or to procrastinate even if I'd already eaten. Primary cause of my calorie increase.</p>
<p>Do you like college food and is there any healthy stuff?
I liked it at first, but I got tired of it three or four months in. There's healthy stuff, but usually not much variety.</p>
<p>Do most people lose or gain weight?
I'd say most people gained a little, but I didn't see anyone balloon up. Most people recognized emerging problems and adjusted accordingly midway through the year.</p>
<p>Has anyone ever become malnutritioned in college because of the change?
I don't know of anyone, but I could see it happening if you aren't responsible enough to eat some veggies or not blow your meal points on fast food.</p>