How is college life different from High school life (friendwise)?

If you have no friends in high school, will you have friends in college? Can you forget all the bad things that happened in high school and have a new start in college?

Asked By: chocolatesundaylover - 2/21/2008
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I would say that I had more friends by the third week of college than I did in all of high school. My third year of college I was elected vice president of a sorority. It did help that I attended a small liberal arts college where 98% of the students lived in dorms. That made it very easy to make friends... More
Answered By: Beckee - 2/21/2008
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Most likely. College is very diverse and it's likely you'll find a "pal."
Answered By: cerebralmike - 2/21/2008
yes of course I was an outsider in high school. Yes I had friends and associates but I was never with the popular people. Its alot of "cliques" in high school, based on how attractive you are, how you dress ect, and I hated that knowing that people will not even talk to you cause they feel that you are beneath them or... More
Answered By: tia - 2/21/2008
Well it depends on your living situation and how good you are making friends. College is a very open place and you are more than likely to run into people with similar interests through clubs. I recommend joining clubs in college. It will help you make new friends with similar hobbies... More
Answered By: SoaringEagleGirl - 2/21/2008
colleges are extremly diverse varying from age to culture. Very intersting ideas coming from eac
Answered By: opi - 2/21/2008
High-School and College are two very different animals...Especially if you attend a University away from your home town...this is due in part to the fact that everyone is coming from different towns and one actually knows if you were popular or not,they all didn't grow up together and attend the same... More
Answered By: Michelle - 2/21/2008
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