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So I’m about to finish my first term at York. I thought I was really close with a big group of my flat (and the flat opposite) but it turns out they’re all living with each other next year and I’m not invited. I’m honestly heartbroken and it feels like I have no friends and no options for my second year. I have been invited to form a house with some course-mates, but I’m only really close with one of them and she’s living with other people. I just don’t see the point in trying any more. I barely like my degree, the people in the society I do (netball) are the same people excluding me from their clique, and I didn’t get into the performance societies. I’m so miserable at university the moment and I feel like I have no one to even talk to about it.
Should I just drop out? Or will it be the exact same next year?
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i'm sorry you feel like this! please don't drop out though. stay strong and perhaps try to reach out to other people? things will get better just stay positive. The degree you're studying for might not be the most interesting to you but just focus on your studies. it's worth it. i don't even know who you are but you are never alone
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Living on your own is pretty cool trust me. Just invite loads of different chicks around all the time and shag.
You'll have a much better time then your doousey mates playing Scrabble all night.
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I’m really sorry this is happening to you I’d encourage you to not drop out, don’t let others determine your success or happiness. Think about how bright your future will be. Maybe try living by yourself and joining different clubs, meet new people. Maybe spend the alone time doing things for yourself? I believe in you!
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So I’m about to finish my first term at York. I thought I was really close with a big group of my flat (and the flat opposite) but it turns out they’re all living with each other next year and I’m not invited. I’m honestly heartbroken and it feels like I have no friends and no options for my second year. I have been invited to form a house with some course-mates, but I’m only really close with one of them and she’s living with other people. I just don’t see the point in trying any more. I barely like my degree, the people in the society I do (netball) are the same people excluding me from their clique, and I didn’t get into the performance societies. I’m so miserable at university the moment and I feel like I have no one to even talk to about it.
Should I just drop out? Or will it be the exact same next year?
Don't worry about it, a lot of people experience the same. I'd suggest you reconsider your course mates invitations, and try getting close to them. You don't have to only move with people you feel close to, in fact you get closer by living together and gradually hanging out too. You've barely just started and have plenty of time to socialise, I'd suggest you attend any sort of social events occurring on campus that may peak your interests and many in the same position as you would be attending.

If you're already hating your degree then its probably better to speak about your disatisfaction with your tutor or member of your course department, and considering either changing your course or transferring uni possibly.
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