San Juan, PR
Escuela de Artes Plasticas y Diseno de Puerto Rico


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

Sitting at an uncomfortable, hard, conjoined desk awaiting the next assignment is where I could be found. A place that made c...

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

Sitting at an uncomfortable, hard, conjoined desk awaiting the next assignment is where I could be found. A place that made college an indefinite no and meaningless option. I’d be thinking if college is anything like what these slow, agonizing class sessions are, college just isn’t for me. I cared about my future and often dedicated time to gaze into it as a means of escaping a lock down classroom. If I could go back in time to see the Kayarittis in high school struggling to stay motivated and ready to quit, the blue print I would leave behind for her will be a road map to college. With a little note attached for her only. College is nothing like high school and you belong there, would be my message. She would take a second thought about college and opportunity instead of obstacle. To this day I love college and consider myself an advocate for higher education. The experience offered cannot be obtained elsewhere or through high school alone. Kayarittis would pick up the note, take it home and repeat its words every day until she believed them.

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

I would advice myself to quickly get a job anywhere, start saving up for materials, for future projects and for a independent...

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

I would advice myself to quickly get a job anywhere, start saving up for materials, for future projects and for a independent way of travel. I would warn myself to be patient the first 2 years of college, taking the bus everyday will not be fun at all, to be careful when I'd have to carry 2-3 bags of materials for class (some very delicate drawings and sculptures), also waiting at the worst 2 hours for the buss to leave for it to take another 2 hours to get home, when by car it just takes 30 minutes. I would congradulate myself for being very focused on classes and having perfect grades, and will become a parallel parking EXPERT. I would say that it will be the best college I could had ever chosen, I will be close friends with professors and students and I will enjoy the beautiful campus sunrises and sunsets at El Morro. I would try to warn myself that my parents will never fully apreciate my commitment to this college; (they think is a silly daycare center) but to carry on with my dreams and my future in the Industrial Desing Industry.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

I wish I'd known I could have taken general classes in cheaper universities, saved up a little money for the rest of my mayor projects.

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

Parking availability and course organization. I depend too much on wich courses are open, closed, cancelled, not going to be receiving these next semesters. My mayor has the smallest student body, so if there isn't enought student in the class room, the class gets cancelled until there is quorum. This means getting held back by the lack of quorum, delaying me form taking the rest of the courses I need to graduate.

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  • Enrollment
  • 555
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $3,462
  • Acceptance rate
  • 84%

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