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Okay so i am going to college very soon. I already found out which college i am going to. I know the program i am going into as well. I just need advice on the commute there. See the college campus is all the way out of the city i live in.. it will be about a 3 hour bus ride plus my mom is saying i might have to take the subway (which i never took before.. let alone by myself). I don't know anyone there at all.. so i will be doing this until i meet some people that live in my area and that i can commute with. To me this whole "idea" sounds horrible! i can just picture it.. me waking up like at 5 am in the morning.. hitting that alarm button and going back to sleep.. not wanting to go to class.. because of the long commute. My other option is LIVING ON CAMPUS which my mom is totally against because she says that the money should be used when i go to university after away from home. Again i told her student loans will cover that but she REFUSES to pay. So i am stuck with the ultimate decision to use student loans (if i decide to live on campus) for college and university. Reason i am taking college is cause what im getting into says that u need additional experience.. so the college will help me with that. and university would help me with the actual degree then law school. so anyways what would you suggest? should i take my moms advice and suck it up for the 2 years i will be at the college for, with the 3 hour plus commute? pennsylvania should i take those student loans out and set them aside for living on campus which is only 4 payments of $595.00 due April 15, May 15, June 15, and July 15.. and then they have option 2 which is $2,825.00 due December 4. I mean its not that much.. but i will be there for 2 years so that's like another $2,825.00 for another year.. and then for uni will be living on dorm as well so that's another set of money that i will have to take out for student loans. All of my schooling is covered by the way only thing i have to think about is living and commute expenses
Honestly, I think you should live on campus. It doesnt matter what your mum says, its what YOU want that counts because she wont have to make the long journey every day. Im going to college next year and I'll be living on campus simply because I commute to school on the subway at the moment and it takes its toll after only two years doing it. Plus, my commute takes an hour-not 3! Trust me, youll feel a lot better living on campus. On campus you'll also get to know people a lot quicker and make friends more easily. Everyone will be talking about what they did last night etc and you'll find it hard to be able to go out with them because you live so far away. As for the cost, most students get a loan to cover the costs. You can pay it off when you start working and maybe you can even get a part-time job during the holidays to cover the cost? Youll feel more independent and living on campus, away from your parents, will prepare you for the future. Good luck! and remember its your life, so its your decision! not your mums lol
If it's 3 hours one way to campus, this is a REALLY easy question - live in the dorm. If it's 1½ hours one way, I still think it's easy. You'll be in class X hours a day possibly spread out over the WHOLE day, plus you'll need ½ - 1 hour to: - get ready in the morning; - get to the bus; - and (in the evening) get home from the bus stop. Throw in a minimum of 6 hours sleep a night and the next question becomes, when do you do homework - on the bus? What about if you have an assignment that requires you to work with a group of students in your class outside of regular class time - do you bring a sleeping bag along on those days and flop on the library floor? You will enjoy college more, get better grades and make friends MUCH more quickly if you live on campus.