Campus life, while in the process of obtaining university degrees, is in no way comparable to an individual who did not go through the same. An advantage of going to campus is the fact that through collective responsibility, as well as community learning, in more ways than one, provides experience in the respective field of study. An example of this is group work. This promotes unity as well as teamwork which are very important in whichever field. Another advantage of group work is that it promotes and develops interpersonal skills. This helps the learner in various scopes of life such as his or her social life and logic only dictates that an individual with good interpersonal skills is more pleasant to work with than an individual who does not share the same quality.
Aside from this, obtaining university degrees the old fashioned way (by attending campus classes) develops an individual’s sense of time and organization. As is common knowledge, university life is very engaging and in a word, fun but if an individual desires to leave the institution with their very own university degrees, he or she must ensure that he is able to share their time appropriately to every activity. This may not seem important but in the hectic state the world is in, this is a vital and important skill easily obtained in the process of getting university degrees.