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My classmates are hardworking and very focused.
My classmates are hardworking and very focused.
As a college student now, I would most definately tell my highschool self to learn how to study effectively, prepare to be stressed, but also to learn how to relax (and don't be afraid to relax). During highschool I was a student that never really had to study, and this hurt me coming into college. What I should have done was discover my specific learning styles while in highschool, that way I was prepared once I reached collegiate level courses. Stress was something I expected to face, however the level of stress that college poured upon me was surprising. I think I would have told my highschool self to learn how to suck it up, and simply do my best through stressful times (even though it seems as if the world is ending). Lastly I would have shared the most vital piece of information - Learn how to relax. College, as I said before, is very stressful. However, constantly running at 200mph is not healthy. My advice would be to learn what helps you relax and stick to it. Being able to relax every now and then rejuvinates the mind and allows for more success later on. Good luck me!
It is small and just right for me. It also has one of the best nursing programs in Maryland.
Career Exploration and preparation
Career Exploration and preparation
I would reconsider my financial state. I am a 5th year senior now and I am living out of my car and funding is limited at my school. It's almost impossible to go to another school because I would have to start over. I would have done more financial planning and chose a cheaper institution.
The name carries a lot of clout in this area so it's popularity may increase chances for job opportunity.
Stevenson University is best known for the small school settings. The professors choose to get to know the students. The Univ...
Stevenson University is best known for the small school settings. The professors choose to get to know the students. The Univeristy is located in a beautiful section of Stevenson, Maryland and is easily accesible to trains, buses and highways. Stevenson Univeristy is also know for their fun filled athletic department. Having so many teams to cheer on, gives a student plenty of activities to participate in.
If I knew what I know now back in high school, I would have changed thing in my academics. I do not feel that I was well prepared for college. Not enough emphasis was given to the amount of work that college takes. In high school I did not feel challenged and at times, just whizzed through the work to get it done. I wish I had worked harder and set higher goals for myself. I feel that if I had worked harder, I would have found college so difficult. I am working harder that I have ever worked. I feel great when I get good grades because I believe that I am earning every grade that I am getting. Looking back I though high school was so hard and a drag, but in reality, high school was simple.
The worst thing about my school is housing. The university has apartments but not enough to accomodate every student. Too many rules and deadlines which often interfere with the student getting a placement in the apartments. I was very dissappointed with the housing for my Junior year.
Stevenson University provides a great educational experience, with an amazing community, and a fantastic, diverse envrioment ...
Stevenson University provides a great educational experience, with an amazing community, and a fantastic, diverse envrioment both on campus and in the neighboring cities.
Hello seventeen year old John, you are about to start the most important semester of high school; junior year. This is where you need to start truly finding yourself, and what your interests are. You will start applying for colleges, financial aid, many scholarships, and possibly even making a decision on where you want to go, and what you want to study. What you need to know right now however is that you need to make sure you are passionate about what you want to study, and love what you do. Start trying out new things, join new clubs, explore new possibilities. You never know what you will end up liking, and the more diverse you are, the better you will look to colleges, and scholarship opportunities. Another tip I want to give you, is if you plan to go to community college first, make sure the credits you take will transfer to the university you plan to attend after community college, don’t waste money on credits that will not transfer. Good luck, and enjoy your last two years of high school, and keep working hard in college; it will pay off in the end.
The best thing about Stevenson University is the sense of community throughout the entire school. Stevenson is a small school with class sizes around twenty students. The ability to have a personal connection and good communication with the teachers is an amazing benefit going to a small school. It allows you to become more involved and interactive with the courses and your professors, thus creating a perfect learning enviroment. Stevenson is such a great community, and we all look after one another and care about our local community, school, and eachother.
My school is best known for its nursing program. At my school a lot of the students are nurses or in some type of science pro...
My school is best known for its nursing program. At my school a lot of the students are nurses or in some type of science program.
Knowing what I know now I would tell my high school self to really think about what I wanted to do. Don't give up on yourself or your dream college just because of obstacles that can be avoided. Pay attention to the people you hang out with and the way you behave yourself because college is really a whole new level. People in high school are different from people in college. You need to be mentally prepared and emotionally prepared to be on your own and independent because thats how college is. Also make sure you have a calendar or a planner with you at all times. Professors change the date an assignment is due or when the next test is when they want to. Study for everything, even if you don't want to. College is not a place to mess up a lot. You need to get your head on straight and look forward to this experience.
The worst thing about Stevenson University/Villa Julie College is the way certain people interact with you. Some of the people are nice while others you know not to interact with. People aren't as fun loving and full of life like they make it seem. It's a great school and academically its well versed but in the community, the people aren't what I was expecting.
If I were able to go back in time to give myself some advice before making the college transition, I would have told myself t...
If I were able to go back in time to give myself some advice before making the college transition, I would have told myself to search and apply for every scholarship offered to high school seniors since they're pretty easy to find over the internet. I would tell myself to do some more research on financial aid, loans, and grants because they will determine how I need to pay off my tuition bill. I would tell myself to focus on my SAT's a little more because it could be the deciding factor in how much scholarship money each school is willing to offer. I would've told myself to apply to more out-of-state colleges instead of looking for in-state colleges. The opportunity to move to another state would have been a great adventure and a great way to network with a wider group of people. I would said a couple of thing about studying abroad for a summer and being able to learn in another country while adatping to a different culture. Too bad the mystery of time travel hasn't been discovered yet but if it did, I would be set for college.
I wish I knew more about college finances before I came to Stevenson. I'm a first generation college student and a child of a single parent. I was so excited about going to college that I never thought I would struggle in being able to afford all of this education. My mother and I stuggled paying tuition because it was the first time we've ever been through this college process. I luckily landed a work-study job after my first semester of college but I should've been saving up while I was in high school.
I would most definitely tell myself to "GO TO COLLEGE!" When I graduated high school in 1999, I didn't have the ambition or t...
I would most definitely tell myself to "GO TO COLLEGE!" When I graduated high school in 1999, I didn't have the ambition or the drive to go to college and earn a degree. It took most of my 20s to realize that I need a good education to get a good job. One day in 2007, I decided to take an American Sign Language (ASL) class. That decision changed my life. I was encouraged by my instructor to go to an interpreting program for ASL. I did. I enrolled at a community college that had an interpreting program and started my journey. In the course of my time as a student, I also decided that I wanted my bachelors. It has not been easy to be an adult student, but I know it is worth it. 2013 Leigh Ann speaking to 1999 Leigh Ann: Leigh Ann, go to college and go now. Find what interests you, find your passion and enjoy education. These moments are precious and they quickly vanish. You will greatly benefit if you go get an education now. Plus, you will save yourself a lot of money! Most of all, you can do it!
I wish I had known how easy it was to become a student here. Everyone is so friendly and efficient. The process makes you want to become a student that much more. I also wish I went to college after high school instead of going as an adult.
Someone who is more interested in a bigger university or a "party school" probably will not like the college as much. Villa Julie (AKA Stevenson University) is a small school, but they make up for it with the atmosphere.
They are willing to learn and help others as well.
They are willing to learn and help others as well.
The advice I would give to myself is to apply for scholarships. If I had applied for more scholarships then I did while I was a senior in high school, I wouldn't have been in the financial situation I am now. With the GPA I graduated with, I could have got alot more money than I did.
My advice to incoming students is that you remain focused, becasue if you dont your school work can get over your head. There are going to be alot of disractions, but as long as you remain focused you will be completely fine.
If I could go back in time and talk to myself as a senior in high school, there would be many things I would tell myself. Fi...
If I could go back in time and talk to myself as a senior in high school, there would be many things I would tell myself. First, I would make it clear that in order to receive most scholarships I must bring up my ACT score and therefore work harder at that. Second, I would tell myself that applying for every scholarship possible is important! You never know what you might be awarded! I would also tell myself that what I thought is studying is not even close. I always had over a 4.0 GPA, and I was always working hard for that high GPA. However, college is a different level of working hard! With those tips of helpfulness, I believe I could become a well rounded college student!
My school is best known for its comittment to to providing its students with jobs as soon as they graduate. It is very import...
My school is best known for its comittment to to providing its students with jobs as soon as they graduate. It is very important to Stevenson University that when it's students graduate they have a career plan lined out with what they aspire to do. Our excellent career services team, works with its student on creating resumes and assisting it's students in finding summer internship so that they will furthmore be prepared for the job field in which they wish to pursue. Stevenson University is extremely supportive in helping its students be able to find their dream job.
Looking back on the high school senior, version of myself, I would pursuade myself to take more AP courses. I would specifically tell myself to take AP Biology and AP Chemistry. I am a nursing major, and currently am enrolled in vigorous and extremely difficult science classes. Although I am managing in my entry level Biology and Chemistry classes, I believe if I would have challenged myself in high school to take more AP science courses, that the classes that I am enrolled in now would have came more easy to me. In high school I was an AP Statistics and well as an AP US History student. Both of the AP courses that I was enrolled in, in high school have made it so that the entry level statistics class and history class that I am in now, have been no trouble. Seeing that these AP courses payed off, I feel as if enrolling in the AP science courses in my high school would have done the same. I would have told the high school version of myself to take these courses so that they would have played a roll in the future of my college academics.
The lack of extra curricular activites at Stevenson University, is what I find most frustrating. There are very few clubs on campus, and the clubs that do exist do not promote themselves to new students to let them know that they exist. Recentley I wanted to join the Women's Club Basketball Team. I signed up to be notified when the club started back at the beginnign of the school year. By the time the team was able to come together there was only one week left in the school year, so we were unable do anything for this year.
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