When the process of choosing a college starts, so does the question of a living situation. Many students coming in feel as if living in dorms are the only way to get a full college experience. You can commute and still be involved on campus and enjoy your time. There are also some perks of being a commuter student. So who needs a campus anyway?
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Attending a commuter school for college is nothing like you imagine, or what they portray college to be like on television. Being a commuter student requires a lot of adjustments and can also be a sacrifice. Just like everything else, the highs balance out the lows. Continue reading
Sure being a commuter student can be frustrating. Your always on the go and trying to find time to still make school deadlines. While being on a campus, you typically think of a nice grassy scenery, a view you don’t really get in New York City. But, New York City does have nice scenery that may sometimes get taken for granted by the everyday New Yorker. Let’s go behind the eyes of the commuter and see the great view of New York City.
What’s a commute without rush hour in New York City? Continue reading
Class then straight to work or home is usually the normal commuter student routine. Occasionally, you have someone to hang around with at school to attend campus activities or use the library to get work done. Being a part of something like a club or sports team can boost your college experience. Continue reading
“Commuter Blues” aren’t limited to just office workers. College students, too, have them, especially thousands of young adults who live off campus and attend colleges throughout New York City. Continue reading