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Brianna

Major: Business Management
Hometown: Scottsbluff, NE
Advice to new students: College is a fun time to learn about yourself and how you do things. Embrace it! Learn to network and use the student resources that UW provides effectively. Get involved to the point of your own level of comfort. Always remember, ‘YOU CAN DO THIS’!! You get out what you put in, and remember to smile along the way!

Elizabeth

Major: Dance Performance
Hometown: Cheyenne, WY
Advice for new students: Do your best, whether that's making C's, B's, or A's. Your best is what's important. Also make time for fun!

Makayla

Major: Criminal Justice
Hometown: La Quinta, CA
Advice for new students: Get involved with as much as you can. It will not only help you to meet new people and make friends, but it will also broaden your experiences in college.

Dietrich

Major: Spanish
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Advice for new students: Read the syllabus and go to class.

Ian

Major: Chemical Engineering
Hometown: Laramie, WY
Advice for new students: Don't be afraid to seek out help, whether it's from a professor, a tutor, or a classmate!

Andy

Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Scottsbluff, NE
Advice for new students: Start budgeting your money as soon as you can. If you have no idea where to start, UW offers a plethora of opportunities to teach students how to effectively spend and save their money.

Paige

Major: Nursing
Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO
Advice for new students: Try everything and anything! You won't know that you like something until you try it!

Hannah

Major: Nursing
Hometown: Billings, MT
Advice for new students: Embrace college and get involved in everything!

Sarah

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Ranchester, WY
Advice for new students: Make an effort to introduce yourself to your professors--they want to get to know you and will be an invaluable resource in your future endeavors!

Anahi

Major: Speech Pathology
Hometown: Jackson, WY
Advice for new students: Always keep your goals in mind.

Kailee

Major: Kinesiology
Hometown: Littleton, CO
Advice for new students: Ask questions! You'll get more help than you ever imagined!

Lacey

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Parker, CO
Advice for new students: Don’t be afraid to seek help when you need it. When it comes to any kind of support you may need, resources exist on campus. Use them.

Morgan

Major: Secondary Education - Mathematics
Hometown: Carpenter, WY
Advice for new students: Plan your work and work your plan.

Susan

Major: Molecular Biology
Hometown: Albin, WY
Advice for new students: Don't get too stressed! In a year, you will feel like a pro at this whole college thing.

Emily

Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Reston, VA
Advice for new students: It is more important to work efficiently than endlessly.

Lily

Major: Nursing
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Advice for new students: Be outgoing, always be willing to try new things, and be yourself!

Amanda

Major: Psychology
Hometown: San Diego, CA
Advice for new students: Do not be afraid to join an organization that you never thought you would because it could turn out to be the greatest thing you have ever done!

Victoria

Major: Secondary Education - English
Hometown: Casper, WY
Advice for new students: Carpe Diem! Seize every opportunity you are given and say thank you!

Ian

Major: Ag Comm
Hometown: Lusk, WY
Advice for new students: Go to class, study, have fun, and meet as many people as you can.


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