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My school is unique in that it allows all students (graduate and undergraduate) to take classes on a level playing field. Stu...
My school is unique in that it allows all students (graduate and undergraduate) to take classes on a level playing field. Students aren't penalized for having a degree already; rather that is an asset.
I would give myself lots of advice, the first piece being don't go to an expensive school to start. Community colleges offer the same introductory classes for a much better price. Second - look for scholarships. You don't want to be in a position where you can't pay loans. Third - study. Commuting makes this easier, since you can work at home and not have the distractions of campus life all around you. Before you choose a major, find out what the demand will be long-term. It's great that the job market is open while you're in school, but that doesn't help, because you can't get a job in your field until you have that degree. If you can't find a job in your field, then get another degree in another, different but related field. It will be difficult, but it can be done.
The worst thing about my school would have to be the neighborhood. I would not want to be there alone after dark.
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