The topic of the day also occurred at orientation, so take it as a partial continuation from my previous post. The topic is about a new responsibility…

The topic of the day also occurred at orientation, so take it as a partial continuation from my previous post. The topic is about a new responsibility in the college stage of life — picking classes and picking a schedule to go along with the chosen classes. There’s no longer the pre-determined classes and pre-set schedules. In their place is a seemingly endless list of class options and pages of possible schedules, much like a maze, in which you must choose for yourself the road that seems the most likely to lead you to your desired goal — with the possibility of it being the “wrong” road or the indirect approach. I personally spent a lot of time trying to figure out what classes I should take, but it was difficult considering that my career track and my major are fairly distinct (yet both are my interests). I’m afraid that I might regret it later on or have to take extra classes to make up for what I haven’t done by senior year…but as for now, that’s one challenge down with many to follow… For those who are either heading to college or are planning on heading to college once time is right, are you prepared to face this challenge? And for those who have already chosen your classes, do you fear that you might regret it someday? – Vivian