Her Campus Logo Her Campus Logo

How I Feel About Freshman Year Ending

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at BC chapter.

Freshmanitis exists and I have it. Freshman year has come to an end and I am not happy about it! With the thought of leaving my school friends and Late Night, and being stuck with my parents for the summer looming over my head, I don’t know how I’m going to make it through! 

Freshmanitis exists I swear.

How did this year go by so quickly?

I really need to start reconnecting with my friends from home.

And balancing my college friends and home friends.

Do I really have to fill my jobless summer with babysitting again?

My parents are going to be so annoying to have around all the time.

This is going to be us next year since we’re not freshmen anymore and can’t be bossed around.

But having the excuse “they kicked out the freshmen” was a great reason to go to Late Night.

The idea of seeing my college friends over the summer makes me like:

It is crazy and sad and everything in between that we are one fourth of the way done with our time at BC.

If I’m this sad about freshman year ending, how am I going to handle the next three years? I need a Hillside cookie! 


Photo Sources: 


Freshman at Boston College!
Meghan Gibbons is a double major in Communications and Political Science in her senior year at Boston College. Although originally from New Jersey, she is a huge fan of all Boston sports! Along with her at Boston College is her identical twin, who she always enjoys playing twin pranks with. Meghan is a huge foodie, book worm and beach bum