Signs You're a College Senior


I have less than three weeks before I move out of my college apartment and don't come back...like ever. With studying abroad my junior year and working hard enough to graduate early, it feels as if I slightly missed out on the typical four year college experience.

Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't change a thing, but sometimes I think I've had senioritis since my junior year. This is a post for everyone in their last year of college, and for those of you lucky enough to just be beginning this amazing time in your life. 

Dressing up for class? Hah! You're lucky these are a clean pair of leggings.

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You know every corner of your campus, and exactly how to avoid all people with petitions and flyers.

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No longer bothering to wave at people you met freshmen year in the dorm.

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No I don’t wanna go there tonight, it’s full of too many over excited freshmen.”

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You've graduated from drinking alcohol from a giant communal bowl. Wine is more of your thing now.

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"My last first day of school!"



Your (last) first anything really!

Being a senior means you get the perfect schedule. Having class more than three times a week is no longer a requirement.

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Late for class...?
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Campus policies?
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For all those people you meet at orientation week four years ago.

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You basically know everyone’s name in your department, you've sat in the same courses with them since freshmen year.

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Being stuck taking all the classes you've been avoiding since freshmen year.

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Watching freshmen be confused by the most simple things.
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You don't even bother to get mad when you cant find parking. It's just the way it is...

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Bookstore? Lulz. Why pay full price when there's Amazon and the option to scan the pages from the books at the library.

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"This isn't the kind of paper you can finish the night before." Challenge accepted. And I up your challenge by not even bothering to read the book.

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You don't even bother going home during the holidays anymore. Your college friends are your family..

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And trying to keep up with your old high school friends?

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How does one even go about finding a job?

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Maybe you’ll just go to grad school to avoid real world problems..

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Except picking a bachelors degree was hard enough, what the heck should you master in??

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You still haven't gotten around to learning how to cook. Ramen for life!
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So after the best years of our life, what happens?

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But one thing never changes, group projects are the worst.
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5 comments

  1. bahahahahah! this was a hilarious post and the gifs win all the things.

    when i was in college, the weather dictated if i would go to class. i lived off campus and was too broke to have a car so that meant walking to class. so i'd wake up and if there was a tiny bit of rain - ok let's be honset, if the ground was wet - then the weather was too bad for me to walk to class in hahahahaha!!!

    -kathy | Vodka and Soda

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    1. aww I've never been able to use the weather as an excuse, I go to school in Southern California, the only season we have is summer. But I'll be moving to DC in about 3 weeks, Im beyond excited to finally wear my winter clothes lol

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  2. This was too hilarious! I'm a junior but I'm sure this will be me my senior year!

    By the way, I nominated you for a Liebster! You can check out the post here: http://heyguysitschelsea.blogspot.com/2014/03/liebster-award.html

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    1. Lol yes, this is in your near future! Thanks for the nomination, I've actually just recently done a post on it but I'll make sure to update that post asap with your questions!

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  3. Yup, pretty much sums it up! Especially the last minute paper 'challenge accepted', not caring about being late, and a awesome schedule :p

    Michelle | A Lovely Allure

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