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Date: Nov 16 2004 Major: English (This Major's Salary over time) No matter where you decide to go, college is what you make of it. It can be 'high school without parents' or something much more significant. Start by finding classes that truly interest you and don't choose a major based on how much money you can earn when you graduate (unless you get a professional degree it probably won't make much difference at first, anyways!). You should definitely learn a language if at all possible, and keep an open mind about all those core classes you have to take - they can be pretty interesting. Also, get to know your professors! They are a wonderful (and often untapped) resource for support and guidance during and after college. Overall, keep in mind that a college education is a great privilege and opportunity, and it likely costs a pretty penny. So make the most of it! Actively participate in and out of classes, check out campus clubs or outings (being a radio DJ at UPS was awesome), and get the most out of your classes and degree.