1) Take a writing course or two or three. Sound communication skills will get you everywhere in life, including off the lot and into the closing room at the dealership. Plus, you'll learn the proper use of "to" versus "too."
2) Take a variety of classes. You'll learn about your chosen profession in detail when you finish college and start work. Practical experience will beat out textbook knowledge most of the time. Take meditation, philosophy, and under water basket weaving. Now's the time.
3) Great advice above about the library before bars; however, I could never last more than 5 minutes in a library. I needed to be at the student union or outside where a lot was going on. Silence killed my concentration. That said, find out what works for you and stick to it. Work before play leads to an A. (Wow, that's gay.)
4) Wrap that sucker, no matter how wholesome she appears to be. If she's great in the sack, ask yourself, "How did she get that way?" (A slight variety of the Steve Schuble original quotation, "Was she a good lay?" "Yeah" "How do you think she got that way?").
5) Everyone did the same reading. No need to be the hand rocket in front reiterating what all of the class knows. Walk softly and carry a big stick - i.e. hitt'em hard at exam time when it counts.
6) A hummer (or better) received in a back corner of the library should be a goal during your college tenure. See #4 in reference to the girl that agrees to do it.
7) Your Dad finished college. If he can do it, you certainly can.
8) Invite LS III to visit at the appropriate time. He'll love you forever.
9) Greek letters on your chest do not make you smarter, more attravtive, older, or above the law. Even if you go Greek, be your own man.
10) Have FUN!!! College was the best four year vacation I will ever have.