Making the Most of Your NSC
SPENCER GOSMANO ’22
Orientation Team Leader | Finance major
Coming into my own New Student Conference just a couple of summers ago, I was terrified. Of what exactly? That’s something I still don’t have the answer to. Both my mother and my father are the class of 1993, and I practically grew up at either Olsen Field or Kyle Field. In spite of the fact that I lived just a short 75 minutes from Aggieland, I was still stressed about entering this new phase of life, which began with my NSC. I was terrified that if I missed one single detail throughout the course of my conference, it would invariably derail the next 4 years of my life (that’s not the case). Here are a couple of pro tips to be successful at your New Student Conference, from someone who has been closely involved with them.
NSC Day 2 Information for Orientation Leaders
This or That?
Life is full of decisions, and you’ve already made the important one to become an Aggie. Your options in Aggieland for parking, activities, and food are almost endless, so we asked current students to share their favorites in head-to-head showdowns between some of the most popular choices. Let’s meet our brave student pickers:
| Callie Pearson ’19
|| Alexsa Hernandez ’21
||Michael Mayfield ’20
Tips for Living Off Campus in Aggieland
While many incoming students may choose to live on campus for the convenience of getting to class and making friends, thousands of new Aggies find their home away from home off campus. If you’re considering living off campus while attending classes at Texas A&M, here are a few tips and resources that can help streamline the process of finding and securing housing. [Read more…] about Tips for Living Off Campus in Aggieland
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