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Campus Q & A Do you have any advice for incoming Vaqueros?

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Julie  Madrigal, master  of public  policy and management graduate student
JulieMadrigal,
Master of public policy and management graduate student

“Yes, I recommend for incoming Vaqueros to get to know their instructors, and go ahead and meet with them when they have a chance prior to class or during the semester because that’s really helpful for them. Getting on board and what not and also if there’s any orientations or tours for them to go ahead and go to those orientations and get to know the campuses.”

 

 

 

Raul Martinez,  sociology senior
Raul Martinez,
sociology senior

 

“Right now, my advice would be to truly focus on being a full-time student instead of trying to get a full-time job. Really dedicate yourself to school at this point.”

 

 

 

 

 

Edward Hodgson, rehabilitation services  senior
Edward Hodgson,
rehabilitation services
senior

 

“My advice for them would be to prioritize. That would be the best advice I could give because if you allow too many things consume your time, it’s going to make it that much more difficult to succeed in the classroom. Make sure you know what it is that’s most important to you; that way, you can focus on that. If getting a degree and being successful in your field is what you want to do, then that is whatyou need to focus most of your time on.”

 

 

Melissa Martinez,  estudiante de último año en educación
Melissa Martinez,
estudiante de último año en educación

 

“El consejo que les puedo recomendares que cuando agarren el syllabus y vean las horas de oficina de los profesores que vayan. Es importante que vayan a ver al profesor porque ayuda demasiado.”

 

 

 

 

–Compiled by Michelle Espinoza and Lesley Robles

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