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By  Susan Yee  |  7

I didn’t until 3rd year.
The people I met prior either religious-nuts or like drinking and smoking. I met people I clicked with (video games, non-alcoholic) on 3rd year, through a classmate, who is now my husband.

By  TomeDr  |  19

Is it because you’ve been working hard and studying instead of partying? If so, you’re doing okay. But be sure to take time to do something enjoyable. Find clubs or groups where you’ll find people that you have a common interest.

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By  pins91  |  25

Oooof. I’ll be your friend!

By  TomeDr  |  19

Is it because you’ve been working hard and studying instead of partying? If so, you’re doing okay. But be sure to take time to do something enjoyable. Find clubs or groups where you’ll find people that you have a common interest.

By  Sonotsuave  |  32

I would suggest joining some clubs or doing work study because that’s how I made a bunch of groups of my friends. Also try to make some allies in your classes, it’s helpful if you miss a class or have questions

By  Susan Yee  |  7

I didn’t until 3rd year.
The people I met prior either religious-nuts or like drinking and smoking. I met people I clicked with (video games, non-alcoholic) on 3rd year, through a classmate, who is now my husband.

By  BurnInDemonFire  |  28

I'm 32 years into my life, and I don't have a friend, either. It's great. I do everything on my own time, within my budget, and I haven't been called a f*ggot in years, except online, but I just ignore that.