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About Those Colleges...
Posted 13 March 2015 - 02:19 AM
Posted 30 August 2015 - 09:57 PM
College: New Hampshire Technical Institute
Minor: At my old school, theatre and psychology. But, I haven't even started at NHTI, so...
Other: I was supposed to be taking a semester off, but I realized yesterday that my reason for taking a semester off was no longer a thing. Classes start tomorrow, so I'm heading there bright and early to try to wiggle my way back into school this semester.
Edited by Prof. Reece Gibson, 30 August 2015 - 10:01 PM.
Posted 28 July 2017 - 11:20 PM
[b]College:[/b] Marywood University
[b]Minor:[/b] I'm hoping to do an art minor
[b]Other:[/b] I'm a transfer student- I start at Marywood in a month. I was supposed to graduate this past spring, but doe to major changes, medical conditions, and the general nature of nursing programs, I'm more or less a freshman again. I try not to think about it.
Posted 06 May 2018 - 12:44 PM
College: Hood College
Major: Elementary & Special Education
Minor: no time for a minor with a double major!
Other: HO helped me realize I wanted to become a teacher! When I became an administrator here, I discovered my passion in administration and I now plan for that to be my masters. I'd like to be a principal and eventually a superintendent!
College: Hood College
Major: Masters of Science in Reading Specialization
Other: I totally threw in the towel on my interest in being a school principal after my first year teaching. I realized that becoming a school administrator and superintendent were NOT the fields for me. I did discover that I have a natural skill in teaching students to read, and I've been teaching reading for the last 5 years with excellent results. So two years ago I went back to school for my masters degree and instead of seeking administration, I'm pursuing Reading Specialization. The goal is to eventually become a literacy specialist, or reading intervention teacher. Either way, it's reading for me all the way now!
Posted 13 June 2018 - 09:42 PM
Major: Computer Science
Minor: Undecided, probably something business-related
Other: My school is known for being probably the smallest engineering college you’ll ever find. My incoming class has 80-90 students only (we’ve only got about 65 in our group chat haha!). It’s also sort of false advertising because it’s an engineering college, but one that teaches like a liberal arts college (i.e. super tight relationships between professors and students, emphasis on a well-rounded education, etc.)
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