After 3 weeks of being on campus I couldn’t be happier with the place I now get to call home.
From week one, the professors treated me so nicely and were so wiling to help. This shocked me at first because all through high school I had the impression that professors weren’t willing to help and you had to figure things out on your own. This isn’t the case at Longwood. From the start, I felt like I could come to my professors with anything and they would be willing to help.
On the athletic side of my experience at Longwood, I was in for a culture change—but one that I’m so happy to be a part of. Balancing baseball practice and school is tough, but it will all be worth it to be able to put on the Longwood jersey in the spring. The toughest part has to be the early morning conditioning, but it makes it so much better to have friends going through the same thing.
I honestly think the best thing about my first three weeks is how easy it was to make friends. I met people in these three weeks that I can already tell I will be friends with for a long time.
All of this has happened in three weeks. I can’t wait to see what the rest of the year has in store.