Networking is important. Surround yourself with people who share the same goals as you.
Come to campus and experience what makes the Aggie Spirit great! Our campus is one of a kind and the people here are what make this university great.
Seek out community. Don't be afraid to step out of the box and meet friends. Be proactive about meeting people.
Find out what your passions are and explore what you aspire to be or do. Take a course/elective in what you are interested in.
Your involvement in organizations matters. Take on leadership positions that will best help you in the future!
It is important to dive into different organizations to try to figure out your niche and be able to show those talents. Getting involved in different areas of your school and your community can really speak wonders for you on paper and in person.
Campus life should play a huge role in your college search, but it shouldn't be the only factor. The environment surrounding the school is equally as important. Get to know the ins and outs of the city. For instance, the Bryan/College Station area has so much to offer outside of the university.
Follow your dreams. Find something you are passionate about and go for it. Don't let your teachers, parents or friends tell you what your dreams are. Set a goal and find a way to achieve it. Whether it be through a major or organization, there is always a way to achieve your dream.
Keep updating your resume regularly. It is easy to forget things you did two summers ago. Your resume is often your one way to get Admissions' attention, so always keep it in the back of your mind.
Many students don't realize how easy it is to fill out one application that can apply them to a wide array of scholarships. Don't be one of them. Take time to fill out all portions of the application. You never know what completing it could lead to.