A friend of mine works at a university where the most popular major for freshmen is “Undecided."
Think about that. Hundreds of students are making the biggest investment of their lives – one that will have a huge impact on their future – without having a clear vision of who they were or what they want to become. They aren't just wasting money; they are wasting valuable time that could be spent honing the skills they need to pursue their passion and build a successful career.
College is an investment. You should never invest in anything without knowing what kind of return you hope to get. That’s why it’s so important to figure out who you really are – your goals, passions, talents, personality – before you make the jump to college. When you take the time to give these things serious consideration, you can paint a clear picture of who you are and what you’re best suited for. Then, when you head off to college, you don’t have to waste time and money being “undecided.” That way when you write that first tuition check, you can do so, confidently, knowing that you’re making a smart investment in you.
That's something you can bank on!