Ashley
Arthur
Junior, Business Administration

Advice for new LTU students: "Take care of YOURSELF! Self care is pretty neglected nowadays. 
Ashley
Ashley
Sophomore, Nursing

Advice for new LTU students: "You are in charge of your time, and time management is key. 
Bailey
Bailey
Junior, Biomedical Engineering

Advice for new LTU students: "Do not be afraid to ask for help. School is hard and everyone needs help. Also, take advantage of free food, especially if you only have a microwave and a mini fridge. 
Brandon
Sophomore, AS General Studies

Advice for new LTU students: "Learn to manage your time and stay organized. 
Cameron
Cameron
Freshman, Transportation Design

Advice for new LTU students: "Be ready to manage your time for homework, studying, and relaxation. Also, be on top of assignments and use the AAC/tutors to the fullest extent. 
Josh
Junior, Computer Science

Advice for new LTU students: "Be flexible and be durable. 
Lorenzo
Lorenzo
Sophomore, Architectural Engineering

Advice for new LTU students: "Don't be afraid to make mistakes. And learn from failures instead of dreading them. 
Niemah
Ni'emah
Sophomore, Graphic Design

Advice for new LTU students: "Just keep pushing through your first year because you will improve and learn from the struggles you might've had. If something on your plate seems too big to handle, you can always try to break it down into smaller steps and work on it one by one. Baby steps for the win. 
Noah R
Noah
Freshman, Business Administration

Advice for new LTU students: "Stay aware of your classes and assignments, look for ways to relax, and find a friend group.