What is the most important lesson you’ve learned this year?

“The most important thing I’ve learned is that I learned how to ask for help when I need it. It’s important to ask for help because you want to see how you’re doing in school. If you don’t understand something, ask the teacher or professor.”

Katie Szeto, Liberal Studies transfer student

“Maintain a planner! That’s what I’m having to do this semester.”

Letitia Crosson, Third-year Kinesiology major

“The most important lesson I’ve learned since transferring is that I need to put myself first, in order to succeed in university and to help others. ”

Julio Pelagio, Psychology transfer student

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