Staffer recommends treating enrollment process seriously in order to avoid having to later change schedule

Riley Miller, Opinion Editor

Every year it’s the same thing.
I catch myself doing my enrollment at about 10 o’clock at night when it’s due the next day.
Luckily for me, I’ve never really had to change classes, and when I have, the process has been pretty easy.
But that’s not always the case.
As a matter of fact, it’s extremely rare to hear someone say they had an easy time switching around their schedule because they weren’t enrolled in classes they wanted.
Now, I understand that sometimes things change, or get messed up. But, more often than not, people change their schedules simply because they didn’t take the enrollment process seriously and they didn’t take all classes into consideration when given the opportunity to do so.
It doesn’t seem like such a big deal when you’re filling it out. It’s easy to say, “Oh I’ll just switch classes if it doesn’t work out”, but have you seen the office during the beginning of each semester?
Why would you want to put yourself through that when you could just get it done in the nearly month long period we’re all given to do it?
These classes could help you determine what field you want to go into when you’re out of high school and college, especially if they’re classes and subjects you actually take interest in.