Nashua, NH
Daniel Webster College


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Aidan
Daniel Webster College: Where Your Teachers and Classmates Can Always Find You

Attending Daniel Webster College can, in many ways, be compared to being a part of a large family where everyone cares about ...

Daniel Webster College: Where Your Teachers and Classmates Can Always Find You

Attending Daniel Webster College can, in many ways, be compared to being a part of a large family where everyone cares about you and your well-being. Late to class? Someone will go wake you up to make sure you don't miss a big test. Need help on your Calculus homework? There will be a crew working late in the Math and Science Center to help you out. Not sure about your term paper? Just head over to the Writing Center for a peer review. But more than just having your back academically, the Daniel Webster College family is there for you through everything. In the dining hall, or walking the 50 feet to class, there will always be a familiar face inviting you to sit or walk with them. On this small campus, you are hard pressed to find a person you don't at least recognize and more likely know by name. This goes for professors as well. You will more often than not be in a class of less than 15 students and get one on one time with your professors. They probably hold you more accountable for not showing up to class, but they definitely care more about you than the professor and University of Lecture Hall that only knows you as the student with the messiest handwriting. You will be known, you will be heard, and you will be welcomed by all. And by graduation, you'll be hugging the dean, begging to stay for one more year.

songa
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I had known then what I know now about college, I would have taken the path to continue my education straight from high sc...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I had known then what I know now about college, I would have taken the path to continue my education straight from high school. I made the decision to move from my parents house to raise my son as a single parent instead of going off to school like my parents had planned for me. I don't have any regrets of being the best parent I could be. However, i do regret not taking advantage of being able to further my education when I had the chance to when I was younger. I had my son in school when I was 16 years old so that pretty much made me become an adult much quicker than I wanted to. I never had the chance to experience what being a teenager was like, but having my son only made me stronger. I said to myself I was not going to be a high school dropout. I attended school everyday and then off to work. And 21 years later here I am finally in school for my degree along with supporting three children in college and one in high school. It took a while but I am finally here.

Janice
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I had a difficult time in high school and therefore I dropped out in the 10th grade. I chose to get my GED . What would I go ...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I had a difficult time in high school and therefore I dropped out in the 10th grade. I chose to get my GED . What would I go tell myself at that time? I would say, "Go to college” Go down right now and apply to Broome Community College and get into the nursing program." I would say "Jan, you can do it!" At this time in my life, I was still quiet and shy. I had dreams, but I was so shy and timid I did not have the confidence to reach for my dreams. I chose to follow behind my siblings and help them to achieve their goals and dreams I would tell myself that I am strong, smart and that I am capable of making my own dreams come true and not walking in others shoes. I would say," You are a leader and can do anything you set your mind to." I would tell myself never to settle for anything because I deserve much more. I would also tell myself to eat better and make healthy lifestyle choices because I will be diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes and my long term health will depend on it.

Stacie
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time, I would tell myself how important it will be to get my education. I would remind myself how har...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time, I would tell myself how important it will be to get my education. I would remind myself how hard it is to make it with a minimal education and very little money, while rasing two daughters, thirteen years apart. I will have to be strong and show no fear when knowing deep down every thing may fall apart at any given time, because I will be living paycheck to paycheck. I was not prepared for my mother's failing health at a young age and I was to be her only resource. She must persist, alone with so many poeple depending upon her, having survived a failed relationship. She must be strong, she has no choice! Making the choice to further her education will better her life.

Kimberly
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If my future-self could talk to my past-self, it would probably tell me things I already knew. Only I might listen a little ...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If my future-self could talk to my past-self, it would probably tell me things I already knew. Only I might listen a little better. Things like save your money, don't get credit cards, and pay all your bills on time. I would tell myself to wait to get married, that age 18 is too young to be making life-long decisions. I would say, for example, it's ok to not adopt every sad puppy you see and not feel guilty about it. I would advise myself to stay in therapy because it's, well, therapeutic. I would encourage myself that it's to meet and trust new people. I know a lot of people would say to stay in school, but I made the right decision by taking a break. College was not the right thing for me when I was 18. Thankfully, I don't have any regrets. I can't say that things would be better had I had me to tell myself what to do, just maybe a little different. I can say I am happy with the place I am in my life and satisfied with the path I am now taking.

Nema
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time and talk to myself about what I know now about going to college, I would tell myself to stay focus...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time and talk to myself about what I know now about going to college, I would tell myself to stay focused, attend school each day and apply myself to the fullest potential. Don't let negativity get in the way of my accomplishments. I'd think about my future and what it would be like without education. I wouldn't put my future on hold, because you never can go back or get the opportunity again. You must do your best and explore all the opportunities that are available for to you. Going to college fresh out of high school is the best option, because your mind is fresh and you can focus on the material and retain information better. Getting the most education you can as early as you can, can provide you with the best opportunity of having the career in life you want. Going to college is a privilege that lots of people dont get the opportunity to have. It will help you grow in many areas as well as help you mature. So dont get discouraged, keep your head up and make the best of your life.

mary
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time to my high school years, it would be on June 11th 2004, the special day I graducated. I would rec...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I could go back in time to my high school years, it would be on June 11th 2004, the special day I graducated. I would recieve that diploma and hand shake, go home take the weekend off relaxing, and then when that monday rolls around I will begin my journey of looking for a school that has the nursing program of my chose. I would apply to each one I might Qualified for. I would not play around and taken so long to go back to school. As a high school student, your mind is still fresh, you still in the groove of things and handling a classroom setting because god knows trying to grasp information at a older age is hard. While I wait to recieve acceptance letters from different schools, I will still stay focus by studing and reading books on the degree I would like to major in, to keep the mind active. I found it better not to take time off because,if you do the chances to retun back is slim to none. So if you have hopes and dreams please continue in school while you have the chance because later may never come.

Ramonda
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Truely and honestly, if i could go back, i would tell myself to complete my educational ambitions of being a nurse in my earl...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Truely and honestly, if i could go back, i would tell myself to complete my educational ambitions of being a nurse in my early years. My mind would be alot fresher and i would not have all these responsibilities that tend to take up most of my focus. I would tell me to enjoy education and see it as a bridge to a better life, not just a time to have fun. I would be grateful for my youth knowing that i have all the time in the world to have a good time. Some things i would not go back, because i remember when i was younger, school was the least important thing to me. At my age now, i can appreciate my education and understand the focus and committment it takes. I just know if i would have been more focused as a high school student, college would have been easier. There are so many things i have learned and experienced that i would let the teenager, young adult know that the women has since learned. I would tell myself to be serious, learn and do as mych as i can because the end result is worth it.

Toniette
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would inform the younger me today that education is very important in this political world. Drugs, sex, money and partying ...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would inform the younger me today that education is very important in this political world. Drugs, sex, money and partying will not be the least of beneficial in the future when you are ready to begin your career. I know it is hard to listen to advice without falling on your own and learning the proper way to get up, but, as you know success and wealth is something you desire most passionately. Respect your teacher and utilize them as your resources, and know that some of the friends you have now, you will never see or hear from again, so focus on your studies and appreciate that your education is currently free because if you fail in your college studies you will pay mentally, and literally.

Arlice
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I was in high school right now, I would figure out what type of career I would like to have and seek information about get...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

If I was in high school right now, I would figure out what type of career I would like to have and seek information about getting an education to have that career. I did not go to college after I graduated from high school and I am now attending college nineteen years later. The advice I would give to myself would be to attend college directly after graduating from high school . As mentioned, I would put alot of thought into selecting a career that suited my interests and scholastic abilities. I would volunteer and speak with others in my field of interest and see what my career really would be like before entering. I would apply to colleges that had the program I was looking for before high school graduation. I would stay focused on my grades. I would have set goals for myself on reaching them each year of college to accomplish good study habits and keeping a certain GPA. I am proud that I am attending college now for nursing. What I know now, I would have told myself then it is important to have a college education in order to have a career that you love .

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