How You’ll Experience College, As Told By Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

How will your college experience go based on your personality?

There are practically over 15 different MBTI types, and which category you fit into can illustrate or impact the way in which you perceive your college experience.

However, as eccentric humans, we wont just fit into one category and shouldnt be labeled as X, Y or Z. Many times, you can find yourself shifting and leaning more toward one type of personality over another throughout your college years.

Depending on the situation, we may believe we are one way or another. The friends you choose to make may reflect the type of personality you have, and often times, you will see your personality not matching or fitting well with some.

That can be frustrating. But, dont be alarmed because this is natural. Sometimes, personalities just dont click.

The most important thing you can do before heading into college is become aware of the fact we are all different and keep an open mind. Sometimes, our differences can unite us. Sometimes, it is our differences and our situational awareness that make us bond.

Ive shrunken the 16 different personality types into the four ways your college experience will go, depending on that type:

1. College is going to be perceived as the best years of your life for ENFJ, INFJ, ENFP and INFP.

Your personality says a lot about how you will enjoy and value your college years.

You hold everything in life so personal and live a life full of meaning, so your college years are going to be very important in regard tothe types of friendships you make, the teachers you learn from, the people you encounter and interact with on a daily basis and the resources and environment you surround yourself by.

Everything will mean something. Everything will be special and an experience you wont forget.

Youll mostly engage yourself in extracurricular clubs and activities, and youll find that you make the best of college through these organizations and your role in society within your college campus.

You are the difference makers, and you cant just stand back and watch all the action happening. You go in there, make it happen and make a difference.

Youll love to form meaningful relationships, whether as friendships or something more.

2. College is going to be perceived as a stepping stone to the next part of your life for INTJ, ENTJ, INTP and ENTP.

These are the people who race through college. Theyre not particularly taking it all in, but seeing it as another step or stage to conquering their plan of graduate school.

This type of personality is more logically oriented in all tasks at hand and stick to the books. If you fit into one of these categories, you wont necessarily find that college is a place for socializing, but one for hitting the books, absorbing material and learning as much as you can from your courses.

You have plans to do great things in the world, and college is the first step to getting there. College is going to be a piece of cake for you because youre determined and focused to get in, get the job done and get out.

Youre here for strictly business and find it more useful making relationships with your books than anything else.

3. College is going to be perceived as work hard and play harder attitude for ESP, ISFP, ESFJ and ISFJ

Your type of personality will change and transition as you try to fit in and find your niche.

You are good at using your environment and resources. Youre good at book work and making friends.

You are the type of people who are well-rounded and can be involved in a lot of campus activities, have a social life and excel in school work because thats just who you are. You love being everywhere at the same time.

You have a nice work and social experience and can balance your work-life schedules with working hard and forming some relationships.

4. College is going to be perceived as the education and work experience that changed your life for ISTP, ESTP, ISTJ and ESTJ.

This personality is not only logical, but extroverted. They are the research lovers and find theyre not only going to love their work, but theyre going to become successful through their work experience and education.

You are more selective in the relationships you form, but the ones you do are meaningful. You love making strong connections with people who are genuine and bring out your caring side.

You can interpret your personality type based on your MBPT, or you can just throw it out the window and make the best of it. Its all about perception and how you make the best or worst of everything.

How you react to experiences shape your college experience. Some days will be better than others, but its up to you to see the difference and enjoy the ride.

You can love or hate college, and sometimes you can love it and hate it at the same time. You have the power to control your mind and see the beauty in everything, whether youll make the college the best years of your life, a stepping stone, a place where you found your bridesmaids and best friends or the time you make your mark and leave your footprints.

Its all up to you. You hold the power and the choice to perceive how college will go for you.

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An Alaska Native group decided to make a video game. It’s like nothing you’ve ever played before.

One of the most groundbreaking, critically acclaimed, and delightful video games of 2014 began in a highly unlikely place Anchorage, Alaska.

A scene from “Never Alone.” Photos by North One Games/E-Line Media.

It’s called “Never Alone” (or “Kisima Ingitchuna”). And it wasn’t developed by Nintendo, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, or any of the other big game studios.

It was the brainchild of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) a nonprofit community support organization for Alaska Natives and their families.

Many Alaska Native communities are struggling to hold on to their identities in the 21st century.

As more and more Alaska Natives move out of traditional communities and into urban areas, indigenous languages are disappearing and with them, traditional knowledge. Many don’t have a choice because climate change threatens to erode and, in some cases, even destroy native towns and villages around the state.

For many, life in Alaska’s cities is hardly easy. According to Amy Fredeen, executive vice president and chief financial officer of the CITC, Alaska Native youth in Anchorage are plagued by high dropout and suicide rates. Passing traditional knowledge down under these conditions becomes all the more challenging.

The council saw “Never Alone” as both a way of becoming more financially self-sufficient and a necessary new method of transferring cultural knowledge from one generation to the next.

“We saw video games as a way to connect to our youth in a place where they’re already at,” Fredeen told Upworthy. The group also hoped that sales of the video game would help reduce their dependence on federal grant money.

There was a problem, however: No one on the CITC had ever made a video game before.

Undaunted, the council cold-called E-Line Media, a Seattle-based entertainment and video game development company with a message: “Come to Anchorage.”

“What was funny is they actually came up and tried to talk us out of it.”

According to Fredeen, E-Line urged the council to approach the project with caution: Video game development is a highly risky business and particularly challenging for a nonprofit with limited cash supplies.

But the group was determined and the developers were impressed.

E-Line signed on. And off they went.

The team started by analyzing how indigenous characters were typically portrayed in video games. What they found was upsetting and unsurprising.

“It ran the gamut from being terrible stereotypes to just appropriation,” Fredeen said.

The group found that not only were native video game characters exceedingly rare, but when they did appear, it was often as sidekicks exhibiting a mishmash of cultural signifiers cobbled together from various and unrelated communities or, worse, as one-dimensional villains.

“Some of them were really almost obscene,” Fredeen said.

In contrast, “Never Alone” features an Alaska Native main character and is based largely on a traditional Iupiaq story.

E-Line chief creative officer Sean Vesce teaches Minnie Gray, an Alaska Native elder, storyteller, and consultant on the game, how to play.

Nuna, the game’s hero, teams up with an arctic fox to find the source of the blizzard that’s threatening her community. Players explore themes of resourcefulness, cooperation, and the transfer of knowledge from one generation to the next through the beautifully rendered gameplay.

“When I saw that come to life on screen, when they were using the scrimshaw in an animated way to tell a story, it brought tears to my eyes.” Amy Fredeen

E-Line credits the game’s part-Iupiaq lead writer, Ishmael Hope, for helping ensure that Alaska Native voices were front and center in the development process.

We want to be culturally appropriate without cultural appropriation,” Matt Swanson, one of the game’s producers told Upworthy.

That meant checking their egos at the door and questioning some assumptions they didn’t even realize they had.

According to Swanson, the original villain of the game was slated to be a raven before their collaborators pointed out that wouldn’t make sense in an Alaska Native context.

“As Westerners, we have lots of stories where [the raven] is a trickster character, and things like that. And they pushed back on that and said, ‘Look, that’s not really culturally appropriate. The raven in our culture is a much more sort of sacred character.'”

It was a surprise to the E-Line team, which highlighted the importance of listening and their role as students in the story development process.

In addition to the main game, “Never Alone” features hours of documentary footage of Alaska Native elders and community members sharing traditional stories, explaining customs, and passing down knowledge.

The team was initially worried that the footage which the player has the option of watching would disrupt the gameplay but later received tons of positive feedback on the feature.

For Fredeen, the moment she knew “Never Alone” was going to be something special was when she saw the first cutscene rendered entirely in serialized scrimshaw.

Scrimshaw is a traditional form of bone or ivory carving. According to Fredeen, while scrimshaw today is most often done in single panel, it was traditionally used in Alaska Native communities as a multi-panel, serial storytelling device.

“When I saw that come to life on screen, when they were using the scrimshaw in an animated way to tell a story, it brought tears to my eyes,” Fredeen said. “The instant I saw that, I knew the team was listening to who we were as a people and how we really connected with each other.”

The game debuted to terrific reviews and has since won some very big awards.

Minnie Gray in the recording studio.

Its effects are being felt far beyond Alaska’s borders as well.

“After the game launched, we’ve been getting this incredible response from people of all different backgrounds on how getting to see an indigenous main character in a game, and seeing cultural representation in a game has resonated with them,” Swanson said.

For Fredeen, the importance of that representation can’t be overstated and was evident from the first time she saw a group of Alaska Native youth encounter the game.

“When they saw the video game on the screen, and when they saw a character that looked like them and the dress was familiar to them, and they saw their community members on the video with the video game, you could just see the pride on their faces.”

The game is expected to make money a big deal in the video game world and the team continues to be impressed with its success.

It’s been amazing all around,” Fredeen said.

“People just get excited in Alaska,” she added. “… They’re excited to see something that was made with Alaskans.”

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5 Weird Hobbies You Can Only Get Involved With On College Campuses

Being the new kid on campus is as freeing as it is overwhelming. There are few experiences in life more exciting than breaking free from parental supervision and starting out with a clean slate. College is a four-year transition into adulthood that is yours to control, and there are many directions you can take.

Incoming freshmen should not worry about a lack of hobbies or campus clubs to kill spare time between classes. These days, no matter what your interest is computer games, skydiving, academic pursuits, zombies, nature or even “Harry Potter” fan fiction you can bet there’s a university club for it.

Here are five of the most unique university clubs and activities I’ve come across in my research so far:

Humans vs. Zombies

Humans vs. zombies is the campus activity that answers the prayers of The Walking Dead fans everywhere. Like a game of tag on steroids, humans vs. zombies is a weeklong adrenaline rush complete with Nerf guns, designated campus safety zones and team alliances.

All players with the exception of one original zombie start the journey as humans. The game ends when all humans have been tagged by zombies, or all humans have completed their missions and survived the week. Since its creation at Goucher college in 2005, humans vs. zombies has been played at over 1,000 locations across six continents.


The muggle adaptation of the magical sport from “Harry Potter” has taken college campuses by storm since it started at Middlebury College in 2005.

A combination of lacrosse, dodgeball and rugby, Quidditch is a co-ed, full-contact sport. The team consists of: one keeper to guard the team’s hoops, one seeker to catch the elusive golden snitch (a person dressed up with a tennis ball in a tube sock attached to their waist), two beaters to block the other team with dodge balls and three chasers to throw volleyballs through the opposing team’s hoops and score.

It’s a game that requires both mental and physical agility, and yes, brooms are included. The official governing body for the sport, US Quidditch, has almost 200 teams nationwide with over 4,000 athletes.

League of Legends

League of Legends, a multiplayer online battle arena video game, is the reigning champion of online sports. In 2014, over 27 million watchers worldwide tuned in to the final round of the League of Legends world championship in Seoul, South Korea.

To put that into perspective, the final championship round garnered a larger audience than either the World Series or the NBA finals. So the fact that it’s a huge hit with the college gaming crowd is no surprise. For the hardcore gamers, there’s a perk to this: Several universities now offer scholarships dedicated to League of Legends excellence. Even better? Some colleges offer an information technology degree with cyber gaming as a concentration, so you can turn your video game passion into your career.

Squirrel Club

Although squirrel feeding has a long history on the University of Michigan campus, it wasn’t until two students created this club in 2002 that the hobby began to pick up speed. By 2004, over 400 members joined the club, making it one of the largest student organizations at Michigan.

Today, it’s the perfect club for animal lovers who go nuts over feeding and watching these rodents in their natural habitat. Dedicated to the welfare of the squirrels, members can expect these club meetings to include nothing but fun and the sheer joy of feeding peanuts to resident squirrels.

Happiness Club

Not even a bad exam grade can bring Northwestern University’s happiness club members down. Since 2010, this nonprofit student group has brought free hugs and smiles to stressed out students around the Northwestern campus.

Club members host annual events where you can relive your childhood with sidewalk chalking, jump rope, hopscotch and four-square, among other carefree activities. If you’re looking to make a new friend, or simply just need a pick-me-up, these guys make it easy.

I’ve found that when it comes to campus clubs and hobbies, the sky’s the limit. Starting out in college is a huge adjustment, and getting active with campus activities is a great way to find your niche and relieve the stress of adult responsibilities.

Getting involved is also a fantastic way to put your leadership skills on display. So, that unusual hobby you have? It may just be the next big campus tradition.

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Read This If You’re 23 And Lost

So youre 23 and you have no idea what comes next.

First of all, congratulations. You’re ahead of the game.

Do you know how long most people wait to realize that theyre lost? Do you know many people never do? Do you understand how many people go through their entire lives aimlessly floundering; only to realize at the very end of it that none of what they did was what they wanted? Its a lot more than youd think. And most of those people thought they had it all figured out at twenty-three.

After all, its not so hard to be found when you are twenty-three years old. There are infinite hoards of people who will tell you what to do and where to go. There are endless opportunities for you to make money and prosper. All you have to do is let go of what you want for yourself. You just have to subscribe to living someone elses dream.

If you are lost at twenty-three, you are exactly where you need to be right now. I know that it is not where you would like stuck in the middle of uncertainty and failure and your own inconsistent desires. I know its not the place you thought youd be when you screamed, Cheers! on your 20th birthday in anticipation of the next exciting decade. I know that you would rather be just about anywhere but here except you cant figure out where to go and it is driving you slowly up the wall. I know what its like to be twenty-three and lost. I know that its the worst place on earth.

But the fact that you are lost right now tells you something. It tells you that your life as it has been is not your life as it will be. It tells you that youre not the kind of person who settles for okay or sort of good enough. The fact that you are lost tells you that you would rather be living in the middle of uncertainty than dead-set on something that makes you consistently miserable. And Im not sure if you realize how rare that really is. How few people still give a shit about doing something meaningful with their lives. How many more people we need who are just like you lost and reeling, yet still pushing themselves to do better.

You are lost because you care. Youre lost because youre passionate. Youre lost because you know that there is more inside of you than what youre currently offering the world and that is a brilliant thing to know.

At 23, JK Rowling was broke. Tina Fey was working at the Y.M.C.A. Oprah had just gotten fired from her first job as a TV reporter and Walt Disney had declared bankruptcy. None of these wildly successful individuals could have predicted what was in store for them next but the one thing they all had in common was that they knew that there was more to them than what they were doing at the time. And thats what you have in common with them, too. You know that theres a bigger, better version of yourself to bring to life. You just havent gotten there yet.

So lets look at where to go from here. If your life is lying splintered on the floor, which pieces do you want to pick up and keep? Which do you leave? What do you choose not to re-create now that youre given the chance to start over? Because that is exactly the chance that you have at twenty-three. You get to strip your life down to its bare bones and build the whole thing back up from scratch. Its not the easiest thing to do. But its the best thing. The bravest thing. The most rewarding thing and the kind of thing you only get the opportunity to do through being lost.

So right now, let yourself be a little bit lost. Because you dont get found by staying comfortable. You dont get found by running away. You dont get found by fighting your deepest impulses and you definitely dont get found by hiding out. You get found by doing exactly what it is that you are doing right now which is delving right into the heart of your life and fighting like hell for what matters.

If youre never lost you never get found.

And youre the kind of person worth searching for.

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8 Little Things To Remember When You’re Feeling Jealous Of A Friend’s Success

1. Other’s success does not mean youve failed.

Watching others close to you succeed doesnt mean you have failed. There is no job wherethere can only be one of something; there are always more options out there. If you are still working hard and doing what you love then you are more successful than all the other people who might be rich but hate what they do. Always remember that.

2. It is good to be associated with successful people.

It will give you an inside look at the lifestyle without having to put in the work to be there. You never know what they might be able to help you with in the future if you need a hand or a job opportunity. Also, if your sibling or close friend is successful you can live vicariously through them. You know that when a famous person tags one of their friends or siblings youve never heard of in a picture you instantly click on their profile to stalk that persontoo.

3. Use it to motivate you to work harder.

Success often breeds success so dont let their accomplishmentsblind you from having your own. Use it as motivation to find your own story. There is more than one way to find success and just because they are successful in one field doesnt mean that they will excel in the same places you will. So keep working hard and find your niche to excel in.

4. Jealously limits your own chance of success.

If you spend your time ouu-ing and ahh-ing overwhat someone else hasyou might never find your own things to be proud of. If anything, it’ll leadyou to believe you could never accomplish what they are accomplishing and you are pushing away the things youre craving so deeply. Feeling excited for someone who becomes successful in front of your eyes will create more positive energy,andmore good for both of youin the long run.

5. Acknowledge the hard work they put in prior to their success story.

Unless they are one of the people in the world that inherited everything they have, you can’tassume they didnt work their asses off to get where they are. You often dont notice the many trials and errors those face before they get to the top. The difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is not giving up. If you fail, try again. Ask for help and get feedback from whoever is willing to give it to you. Successful people are successful because they put the work and time in. When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breath that is when you’ll get it.

6. Realize you are the only thing holding yourself back from success.

People often like to pin blame or their problems on others, but if you want to achieve thingsthat is something you cannot do. Finding success means realizing your weaknesses and turning them into strengths. It means that you cannot blame others for where you are. Being successful is finding your own forte and improving on it to be the best possible version of yourself you can be.

7. Everything is always changing.

Be happy for them now because nothing in life is certain. They could lose what they have ina few short years down the road and you let your jealously get in the way of things. Be happy for them now because who knows. In a few years you could have a ton happening for youand you will want them there to support you. With how fast things change in life there is no point in wasting time thinking about what could be.

8. Being happy for them will improve your overall relationship with them.

A good relationship goes through the ups and downs together, its about always being there for the other person. Nothing feels better than when someone is actually happy for you and your success. It will improve your relationship and lead to a happier, more positive life.

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