Well , I'll be going to college next fall for engineering, and I'm pretty confident that I'll do well. My only issue is this "leadership community" I've enrolled myself into, which I will be starting my first semester. It's just a separate residence hall that is exclusive to the members, and basically all that it includes is being on a Major events committee, and organizing the happenings on campus. I did it because I figured it would look good when I was applying for a job(or at least an internship). But after making my schedule for next semester, I realize how much time commitment my classes will really take. This leadership group has frequent meetings and I think it might mess with my grades. Should I stick with this? Has anyone heard of an engineering(or other science/math major) joining a group that takes up so much time? And if I do decide to drop out of this(because theres still time, but not much for me to get out and be guaranteed housing elsewhere) would it be right? I've already sent in the confirmation mail weeks ago, so they are under the impression I will be doing it.