Read a terrific article in the NY Times last month entitled, "The Master's as the New Bachelors". Your education is never over! We must all realize that if we aren't working to improve ourself or advance our standing, someone else will pass us by. Too many students graduate from somewhere, high school or undergraduate school feeling they have crossed the finish line.
However 2 of 25 in the United States have completed a master's degree, about the same ratio of people that had completed a bachelors in 1960. So the mindset when starting your undergraduate work should not be, "when will I graduate", it should be "what type of education will this degree prepare me for next?". Jobs that only require a bachelors degree are getting more and more competitive as more and more people obtain their degrees.
This is good news for schools like Albright where one in four graduates proceeds directly on to graduate or professional school studies. So to our soon to be arriving class of 2015, be prepared to study and achieve long after that graduation date!