While some of it is true (beware of "The Freshman Fifteen"), everyone's college experience is unique to them. Deciding on a major, meeting new friends from many different places, sharing a tiny room with three other people in precariously constructed lofted wooden extra-long twin beds or learning that your internal organs can't handle chugging cheap tequila on an empty stomach are some experiences that aren't always in the syllabus for Communications 101. Cramming for exams in the library until the wee hours of the morning, starting a fake ID business, panicking about all your life choices after realizing you just went into debt for a degree in "history of theatrical dance and experimental drama design for poets"--college is a journey.
So, when a Reddit user asked, "What's the biggest lie you've heard about college?" post-grads were ready to debunk the worst rumors about academia.