You're invited to a party so you
So the Freshman 15 stands for?
Your favorite place to grab lunch is
A rubber band on a door knob means?
When you're in your dorm you like to
When a drunk person talks to you at a party you
Cards Against Humanity is most like
Do you really understand how financial aid works?
On the first day of the semester you
"Re-racking" means what?
When it comes to textbooks you like to
What is a federal loan grace period?
There are random clothes in the washer/dryer and it's done. But you have to use the washer/dryer now so you
Traditionally, B.Y.O.B. means
Which Year of College Are You Really In?
You got: Freshman
You are a true college freshman. You might not be fresh out of high school but your heart and mind are. Maybe take a few steps outside your bubble and experience what college has to offer. Newb.
You got: Sophomore
Nice work! You're not fresh meat anymore but that doesn't mean your the king or queen of the campus just yet. You've still got a lot to learn, padawan. But, at least you are on the right track!
You got: Junior
Oh ho ho ho! Look at you. A junior. On the rise aren't we? You've pretty much been around the block once or twice. You have a part time job and an internship, you ain't got time for clubs anymore. You're hardly ever late to class and when you are, you make sure you have an amazing excuse, but you won't need one since you already got an extension on your assignments. You sly devil, you.
You got: Senior
You've made it. You've been through some serious !@$*. Good thing you banged out that internship last year because that's definitely going to help you land a job after graduation, maybe. You're ready to say goodbye to the parties, your professors and you can't wait to get that magical piece of paper. The only question is: Graduate school?! Nahh
You got: Graduate
Let's be real. Besides professors, graduates, like yourself, practically run the place. Graduate students teach lower division courses and even help faculty with research and papers. There's not much to say. You know what's up.
You got: Super Senior
Dude, like, you're still here. I mean, it's not a bad thing necessarily. A lot of people are super seniors. It's actually a growing trend that undergraduate completion takes five years instead of four. This just means you've got all the secrets and all the know-how when it comes to getting around campus, professors and the system! You're so good at what you do they can't even get rid of you. And hey, that's a win! There's no shame in being super.