I got this idea from that lottery thread. There have been at least 4 or 5 people I've met that told me to not rush college because the real world sucks or because the time spent in college is always taken for granted. Personally, I should have graduated around a year ago, but I changed my major and now I have exactly a year left. Yeah, there are times that I feel like I'm underachieving and bulls***tin' because I know people who have already graduated. It is slightly depressing... However, aside from monetary issues (extra money for tuition and living expenses) I always tell myself that I am still young. I am barely in my 20s. I have made friends with people who are in their 30s on campus. One in particular is in his mid-30s and had the most interesting life story I've ever heard (was an athlete in college before having a kid, was a police officer for a few years, owned a gas station, sold it to fund college/medical school, and now wants to be an MD). Sometimes, I'm optimistic about where I am in life. Sometimes, I'm pessimistic. Sometimes, I'm at the point where I'm thinking "there's no point in b****ing about it because you can't change the past." Is there anyone currently in college but graduated high school over 4 years ago? Anyone started college late? How super seniors are out there? Anyone wish they would have stayed in college longer? Discuss away.