Maths: No idea. I was waiting in line for the office to open up (they were late. LATE LATE LATE I KEEL). By the time I got my schedule and learned that math was indeed first up, there were maybe 10 minutes left in class. Since entering the class would result in 15-odd pairs of eyes STARING at me as I slunk to my seat, I opted intstead to wait until the students began filing out, apologized to the professor, and got my syllabus and pretest. She did not mark me absent when she learned I'd missed most of the class due to the office. :D The pretest contained stuff I last did my junior year of high school or thereabouts.
Accounting: Professor is nice. Talks at length about avoiding stress, believes stress gave her late husband cancer. Accounting bores me. Same 'ol, same 'ol.
Economics: Cancelled for today. Sat outside until I could not feel my fingers, then tentatively approached the library for warmth.
Government: Professor full of sass. Professor hates rude cell phone users and bookstore markup on the texts. I like this professor.
All the profs I've encountered thus far are women, and all native English speakers lacking in accents - both very unusual for me. I am entirely unaccustomed to being able to understand my professors on the first day.