October has arrived, and that means the temperature is beginning to drop, the leaves are beginning to change color, and for many, fall break is right around the corner. Fall break is a chance for students to leave campus life behind, at least for a little while, and remember what it’s like to not be in college. Of course, soon enough, college will be over for good, and students will be faced with the challenges of the real world. To prepare, here are three major adjustments you’ll have to make when you graduate.One of the nicest parts of being a college student is having access to a meal plan. At nearly anytime, you can go to the campus dining hall and feast on whatever food you want. Plenty of schools aren’t even limited to just the dining hall: many campuses have programs that allow students to buy from campus restaurants using meal plans. Unfortunately, the real world doesn’t have meal plans to choose from. After college, you’ll have to go grocery shopping and prepare your own meals.
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