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Becky Darling – Students of CSSH

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“Northeastern and Boston both have an amazing variety of events and activities that you can attend, many of which are free. No matter what you are interested in, there are probably events across campus and Boston with interesting people who share your interests. I have found that signing up for the newsletter of an organization or university program that works in your interest area can help you identify events that you might enjoy!” (Becky, Peer Mentor, fifth year Human Services & International Affairs combined major)

“Become familiar with your degree audit – “Learning to navigate your degree audit effectively is an extremely useful skill to develop. Not only will this help you to see the classes you still need to graduate, but it can help you to plan out a study abroad, a Dialogue, and other academic opportunities. Looking at all of your options can really help you to make sure you get the most out of your college experience!”

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