Arthur
Junior, Business Administration

Advice for new LTU students: "Make sure you enjoy what you're getting into for the right reasons."  
Bailey
Junior, Biomedical Engineering

Advice for new LTU students: "Ask if you are struggling in a class! College is hard and professors and tutors are here to help. Make a friend or an acquaintance in every class. This will help you if you miss or don't understand something and you will make more friends. 
Brandon
Sophomore, Mechanical Engineering

Advice for new LTU students: "Manage your time. 
James
Senior, Audio Engineering Technology

Advice for new LTU students: "Take it seriously and don't let anxiety take you over. Be you. In the end, it all works out. Have fun and get involved. 
Jaylen
Junior, Electrical Engineering

Advice for new LTU students: "Don’t procrastinate. 
Josh
Senior, Computer Science

Advice for new LTU students: "Be organized and slumps will happen; you just have to be prepared and fight through it. 
Lorenzo
Sophomore, Architectural Engineering

Advice for new LTU students: "Manage your time and get it done. Set yourself up for minimal stress. 
Ni'emah
Sophomore, Graphic Design

Advice for new LTU students: "Go to the AAC when you need help and make sure to write. Writing a to-do list will help you keep track of what you need to do and writing your goals down will give you a better chance of achieving them. 
Sir-Donavin
Sophomore, Audio Engineering Technology

Advice for new LTU students: "Do not slack off in the beginning! Have fun! Work hard because it pays off.