I wish I would have known exactly what I wanted to do. I started in education and turned out I did not really like that field. I switched my field to radiology and now I am suffering the consiquences of a lot of loans and possibly more to finish my last year. This school os private, and very expensive. Its a small college, sometimes it doesnt even feel like a college environment. I like that feeling, but at the same time, im paying more for a college experiance I am not getting.
One thing I wish I had known before I came to the school was how I would react to living on campus. I thought at first that I would like it, but in the end I did not like it at all. It was not that the people were dirty or anything, just that I did not like living in such a small room. It was alittle depressing, and this year I live home and it is much better.
I wish I'd been less afraid of difficult courses. I took intro classes instead of a more difficult courseload because I was intimidated by the number of upperclassmen in that class. In retrospect, the most difficult classes are usually the more rewarding ones.
I just wish I would have known that the social aspect of this school is not nearly as high in those of other schools in the area. Even though I am always busy with nursing and other homework, I wish if i wanted to go out I would have the option to.
That the school was not very well known, and social life was what you made of it. I am attending a very large well known Graduate school because Holy Family is not well known and does not have as popular or good of a reputation.
I just wish that I knew more about the campus life, since I did get transferred to this school. I know more about what happens around the school, but not too much about what happens around campus.
I wish I had known about the changes made in the education program ,as well as, the clearances needed to be an observer or teacher in the different schools that they send us too.
I did all my reseach before making my final decision were i wanted to go to college. I believe Holy Family University is a good school and I made the best decision for myself.
I wish I had been more comfortable outside of my own enviornment. Being more comfortable about myself would have helped me get to know my advisors and aids better.
Their isn't anything yet that I wish I had known, when I went to academic advising to get my classes they were pretty straight forward as to what to expect there.