99 Things To Do Before You Graduate OMSCS

99 Things To Do Before You Graduate OMSCS Bingo Card
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This bingo card has a free space and 99 words: Attend an office hours with less than 5 people, Finish a personal project before a class project, Do homework while on vacation, Meet a classmate from another continent, Start a study group, Link your GT email to your personal email, Get an OMSCS t-shirt, Join coffee hour with Dr. Joyner, Dr. Rusch or Dr. Lytle, Get to know a TA, Stay at the Georgia Tech Hotel, Take a day off from life to do homework, Collaborate with an awesome classmate, Stop procrastinating on your homework, Do homework on a holiday, Ace an exam, Take a class with the same classmate more than once, Read George P Burdell's wiki page, Share your Thursday lunch in the OMSCS Study Slack #lobby channel, Meet a classmate in real life, Start an assignment early-early, Post on Ed at 3am asking about an assignment, Inquire about OPhDCS, Marry another GT student or alumn, Help a classmate with an assignment, Join a local Student Life group, Memorize your GTID number, Try to remember what "free time" felt like, Own at least 1 piece of GT merch, Read the Weekly Digest, Meet 2 classmates from a city other than yours, Update your resume with OMSCS, Be part of a Research Project or VIP, Take 2 courses in 1 semester, Post on r/omscs, Speed learn a new programming language, Submit an assignment before the weekend, Take a seminar course, Stalk Ed discussions for your question, Go to an OMSCs Student Life Meetup, Take a day off from doing homework, Send a Thank-A-Teacher note at the end of the semester to a Professor/TA, Get a Buzzcard, Explain your online degree to a family member or friend, Message a classmate who is also up at 2am about a homework question, Stalk omscs.rocks during registration periods, Follow a link from the OMSCS Digest, Listen to a lecture during your commute, Be featured in a Student Spotlight, Join a study group, Register on Free For All Friday, Sleep happy knowing you saved a lot of money doing OMSCS, Listen to an episode of the OMSCS Buzz podcast, Join OMSCS Student Center Ed Forums, Recommend OMSCS to someone you know, Never think the same after taking HCI, Go through a major life event during your time in the program, Connect with a classmate on LinkedIn, Attend an OMSCS Conference, Pull an all-nighter over the weekend for homework, Apply to be a TA, Ace an assignment, Soak up some sunshine while doing homework, Follow a Professor on social media, Do awesome on a group project, Share a CS meme in Ed, Freak out before an exam, Have a nightmare about forgetting to submit an assignment, Memorize JDF formatting, Submit an assignment at 11:58pm AoE Sunday, Appreciate the break between semesters, Form a friendship that spans over semesters, Read a CS book or article that you want, Meet an OMSCS Faculty/Staff member, Beg your classmates to complete CIOS for extra credit, Have a 1:1 with a Professor, Attend a GT lunch-and-learn virtually, Realize your peers are an amazing resource, Go on a trip during the semester, Participate in HackOMSCS, Do your homework somewhere with a view, Participate in the Pi Mile Road Race, Binge watch course lectures, Take a summer course, Spend a weekend home finishing homework instead of going out with friends/family, Be the first to take a new course, Leave a course review on OMSHub, Share notes with classmates, Take a Dr. Joyner course, Enjoy a class and consider learning more about it, Meet Buzz, Visit the main campus, Tour the Student Center, Connect with a classmate over a hobby, Google your Professor, Discover how cool GT is, Take a picture with the Ramblin' Wreck, Graduate!!, Think about how lucky you are to spend years at this amazing place with amazing people and Register for an 11th course because learning never ends.

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