Transporting that futon from the car, up the building steps and into your dorm room – that will be tough. Leaving the comfort of home and family for a campus full of strangers in what is likely your biggest life milestone so far – that won't be easy. Taking Harvard University's Math 55 class, deemed on the school website as, "probably the most difficult undergraduate math class in the country" – that may be a bit of a challenge for those who sign up.
But being healthy in college? That doesn't have to be so difficult. You can do it; here's your guide.
Build relationships. College is a whole lot easier (and more fun) with an on-campus support network. Here's how to build it:
[Read: The Do's and Don'ts of Friendship.]
Eat healthy. Even with late-night pizza places and limitless soda refills in the dining halls, you can eat wisely in college. Here's your plan:
Work out. The freshman 15 is not inevitable. Make these healthy exercise choices: