“ The social life in College”<br />By: sarahmontour<br />
When school first starts…<br /><ul><li>Students are very nervous
hear rumors on how challenging college is
Are not familiar with the new environment
Worried about finding their classes
have new peers
New friends, social clique, teammates, classmates
Personal ex. Softball team were my first friends
Are not used to living on their own
Use to parents doing everything for them
Ex. Laundry, waking them up for school, cooking, ect.</li></li></ul><li>
How students get involved in campus life…<br /><ul><li>Work study
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The social aspects of college

  1. 1. “ The social life in College”<br />By: sarahmontour<br />
  2. 2. When school first starts…<br /><ul><li>Students are very nervous
  3. 3. hear rumors on how challenging college is
  4. 4. Are not familiar with the new environment
  5. 5. Worried about finding their classes
  6. 6. have new peers
  7. 7. New friends, social clique, teammates, classmates
  8. 8. Personal ex. Softball team were my first friends
  9. 9. Are not used to living on their own
  10. 10. Use to parents doing everything for them
  11. 11. Ex. Laundry, waking them up for school, cooking, ect.</li></li></ul><li>
  12. 12. How students get involved in campus life…<br /><ul><li>Work study
  13. 13. make money, while involved in social environment
  14. 14. Personal ex: work for all athletics teams
  15. 15. Sorority clubs
  16. 16. To form a brother/sister hood (core group of friends)
  17. 17. Sport teams
  18. 18. To stay active/fit, play the sport you love
  19. 19. Personal ex: softball
  20. 20. Clubs and Activities
  21. 21. To Stay involved, pick up a steady role
  22. 22. S.U.B- decide activities for students</li></li></ul><li>Expected classroom behaviors…<br /><ul><li>Important to study for tests/quizzes
  23. 23. Cover many chapters for one test/quiz
  24. 24. Gain a relationship with the professor
  25. 25. More helpful
  26. 26. Important to look over notes
  27. 27. A lot of material in such little time to learn it
  28. 28. Focusing in class
  29. 29. Getting enough sleep, eating enough nutrition
  30. 30. Time management
  31. 31. Balance work, school, and sports</li></li></ul><li>
  32. 32. Possible Effects of drinking…<br /><ul><li>Fail out or discontinue college
  33. 33. Partying becomes biggest priority
  34. 34. Miss/ be late to class
  35. 35. Show up to class not engaged
  36. 36. Homework not completed
  37. 37. Show up to class sick
  38. 38. Hungover</li></li></ul><li>The influence of partying<br /><ul><li>Stressed about school/sports
  39. 39. Bad grades, no playing time
  40. 40. Big universities
  41. 41. Tailgating for sporting events
  42. 42. To meet new friends
  43. 43. Fit in with the social crowd
  44. 44. Small campus
  45. 45. There’s nothing else to do</li></li></ul><li>The direct effects of drinking on classroom behavior<br /><ul><li>Inability to take part in class discussions/assignments
  46. 46. Sleeping in class
  47. 47. No comprehension of the issues/topics being discussed</li></li></ul><li>Continued…<br /><ul><li>Miss out on additional information given by professor
  48. 48. Possible exclusion from class
  49. 49. Inability to grasp concepts relating to subject matter</li></li></ul><li>Things to remember…<br /><ul><li>It is ok to drink as long as your age appropriate
  50. 50. Don’t let partying be your #1 priority
  51. 51. Remember to always fit studying in
  52. 52. Choose friends wisely
  53. 53. Not friends that encourage you to party all the time
  54. 54. A part of college life is social interactions
  55. 55. While studying remember to build social networks
  56. 56. Be safe
  57. 57. Don’t set your drink down
  58. 58. Take a drink from someone you don’t know</li></li></ul><li>“it’s okayto have a fun time as long as you have your priorities set”<br />

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