High school juniors and seniors: We hear you. Over the past few months, you've been overloaded with unsolicited college advice from parents, teachers, counselors, relatives and guidebooks. We've partnered with unigo.com, a resource for thousands of undergrads, to field all your real questions about university life and give you responses that are honest, unfiltered and totally up-to-date.
Click here for question 1 -- "Will people think I'm weird if I don't drink at parties?"
Click here for question 2 -- "Do people actually wear sweatpants to class?"
Click here for question 3 -- "How often should I call home when I'm in college? Is once a week too much?"
Click here for question 4 -- "Will my first year of college change me a lot as a person?"
And here's your latest question: "What's the hardest thing about being a freshman in college?"
Check out the slideshow below to watch three college students open up about the challenges of their first year away from home -- and how they overcame them.
College: University of Southern California Class Year: Sophomore Major(s): Print Journalism,Cinema/Media Studies Extracurricular(s): Newspaper (editor/writer), Peer Mentor, Campus Job Language(s): English, Spanish Proﬁle: http://www.unigo.com/CollegeStudent/Allegra_Tepper
College: St. John's University Class Year: Freshman Major(s): Business Extracurricular(s): Study Abroad Language(s): English Proﬁle: http://www.unigo.com/CollegeStudent/Natalie_Hallak
College: Duke University Class Year: Junior Major(s): Sociology Extracurricular(s): Hip-hop Dance, Multicultural Club Language(s): English, Spanish, Persian Proﬁle: http://www.unigo.com/Colleges/Userreviews.aspx?UserId=255194