There is nothing that I would want to change or regret about attending Alvernia University.
I am completing a certificate program at this school. I have an undergraduate degree form another university and in comparing the two I wish that Alvernia College was advertised more whithin the local community. As the fall 2012 semester started I learned that the schools outside reasorces were very helpful to the students and in abundance. I wish I also knew that Alvernias reasorces were this helpful.
I wish I would have learned at a young age to save every penny that I could save because the school of your dreams may be too much for you to pay for.
Before I had gone to college I wish I would have known about drinking in college and how it can effect grades and also your emtions. . If I could go back in time I would have approached the drinking on campus in a different way and probably would not have done it as often as I did. Alvernia has great on campus activites to get involved in, and I would have had just as much fun doing those other activities then I did partying my first year.
I wish I would have known how much college helped with having a career. I have been out of high school for 12 years and only finished my associate degree 2 years ago. I believe that finishing college when I was younger would have made the classes much easier. I feel that the years between high school and college is a disadvantage on my part. I feel that I have to relearn the basics for my classes.
i would have to take theology classes
I wish I would of knew more about the faculty as though i feel that they dont really care about your well being
How dead it got on the weekends and how it was basically like high school all over again with the drama.
There isn't anything I wish I knew before starting school. I feel I as at least partially prepared for college, and am not truly dissapointed in the programs or the professors.
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