I previously attended FLCC and acheived my original Associates' degree. I subsequently attained my BS in Health and PE. Since I originally graduated from FLCC in 1998/99, I have missed the warm, positive environment. I wish I had known of other colleges (4 yr schools) that are as inviting as FLCC.
I wish that I could go back in time and tell myself that graphic design isn't a major for me so I shouldn't waste my time. I would also tell myself that no matter what, stay focused. Not to let any guy distract me from school. And ultimately, I wish I could have pointed out who to stay away from and given myself the lecture of condoms because STD's do exist. All this info would have saved me lots of pain, tears and time. But I guess everything is a learning experience that helps us grow.
I wish that I had known more about how the programs work . I started as a physical education major and had to go elsewhere for the physical education classes and had to pay extra as well as get myself there. I also wish I knew that there are not very many extra curricular activities like club sports to part take in. I find those important to know.
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