Decisions you make now can impact your future. For some, that’s a known fact.
But, it’s super important to make smart decisions in your college years because they can affect you for the rest of your life. Your decisions in college can impact how you look to employers when it comes time to apply for jobs.
That is why you should watch the decisions you make this HallOUween. In other words, don’t push your limits.
Don’t post photos on social media that you wouldn’t want a future employer to see.
Don’t act like a fool in front of police officers (you don’t want to explain that on your personal record on a job application).
Don’t disrespect guests who are visiting Athens.
Don’t walk anywhere in public with an open container.
Don’t push and shove through the crowd. People can get hurt that way.
Don’t get lost. Stick with your friends or have a specific meeting place if you get separated.
Don’t leave the house with your cell phone uncharged. The cell service in Athens tends to be worse with large crowds around. Which means your battery will die faster.
Don’t take drinks from strangers.
To read the official safety guidelines provided by Ohio University and the city of Athens, click here.