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It is a great college for people that do not mind a smaller campus and are in college simply to get an education. This campus...
It is a great college for people that do not mind a smaller campus and are in college simply to get an education. This campus or at least what I have taken so far have great teachers that are always willing to help out in one way or another and are always available. Another great thing about this school is that we have a lot of resources for students regarding academics such as tutoring. Another great thing that most people do not think about would be about the attitude and environment that a campus creates and this college, in particular, has a very welcoming and positive environment.
A&M Texarkana is a great school! When deciding what school to go to size was a big factor, I wanted something that was small ...
A&M Texarkana is a great school! When deciding what school to go to size was a big factor, I wanted something that was small and gives you a family feel, and this school is just that. Anyone who attends is allowed to be whoever they want to be, there is no reason to be anything other than yourself here. With this school being small, teachers are always available to help each student individually, your teachers get to know you and care about how you perform.
I love it! I wanted a small school and it delivers. Teachers are amazing and always available for help. We also have a great ...
I love it! I wanted a small school and it delivers. Teachers are amazing and always available for help. We also have a great tutoring area. I am involved in athletics and we have a great group of athletes. The school is also expanding as I write this. New buildings with new technology.
I absolutely love A&M Texarkana. I love how small it is which gives off a family vibe. Everyone knows everyone and is super ...
I absolutely love A&M Texarkana. I love how small it is which gives off a family vibe. Everyone knows everyone and is super nice and helpful, The faculty is amazing and willing to do whatever they can to help their students. The whole school is just one big family from the students, to the faculty, to the cafeteria people. A&M Texarkana has a comfortable feel to it.
The small size of the campus make me feel not comfortable than a larger campus would. Everyone is inviting and very friendly....
The small size of the campus make me feel not comfortable than a larger campus would. Everyone is inviting and very friendly. I felt like I was at home the second I moved into the dorms. I'm so happy I chose Texas A&M Texarkana. I love the organizations on campus as well as Greek life.
TAMUT is an awesome college! It allows me to receive the degree that I choose. The faculty there works very hard for their st...
TAMUT is an awesome college! It allows me to receive the degree that I choose. The faculty there works very hard for their students to know what they need in order to graduate and obtain their degree. The school is a very good school, I love it there.
A&M University is known for a great academic program. Even though this is a different campus and smaller the College Station,...
A&M University is known for a great academic program. Even though this is a different campus and smaller the College Station, it is held to the same standards, and just as impressive.
The most unique aspect about my school is possibly the best thing about it. The school is small, for a four year university. The Classroom sizes tend to be around 20-30 students. This is why I chose this school, because of the close one-on-one time you get with the professor. I am a veteran going back to school after 5 years in the Marines, and having a small class is less intimidating and helps in the transition back to civilian life. Students get the A&M University education with a small personal feel.
Going back to my past self would be helpful in my college life now. I would incourage myself to stick with my plan and go into the Marines to serve my country and make a difference. By doing that, you will find out who you are and what kind of person you aspire to be. Second, I would encourage myself to not worry, and not put sports as a main priority. Instead, I would enlighten myself on my real life experience that I received in the military, and how having a general understanding on how to learn would aid in making all aspects of my life better. I would stress the importance of effort and award. That no goal in life will be obtained without you being first broken down. Only then will you be able to build yourself back up in the right way to reach and achieve your goals. Lastly, I would reassure myself that I am smart enough and can reach educational goals as high as I can imagine, but only if I can be diciplined enough to put forward the effort.
At this school everyone accepts everyone for who they are
At this school everyone accepts everyone for who they are
I now live by the proposition that one is limitless in potential; the ability to create and define ones self is simply limited to the ability to think in a different way. I am passionate about this concept because when I was a high school senior, I was confined by the thoughts and judgements of my small school environment. College life is exceedingly different than a high school environment; it is about limitless choices and possibilities, discovering and defining who you will be the rest of your life, meeting people that differ in ways you never thought existed, and making a connection with the world that always seemed too far away to grasp. My high school self was very hesitant and anxious of the world, and I would be sure to demystify the distorted beliefs I held. It took quite a while to make the transition of acknowleging the infinite resources and choices available to me after I graduated. My main advice: the world is much bigger than you imagine, go with it and let college change your view of the world and yourself. Seize the opportunity and embrace the change.
This is school is still in a developmental phase. There isn't that tight knit school spirit, however you can be a part of the development of the big university atmosphere.
If I could go back in time and tell myself something to better myself in the transition of high school to college. I would t...
If I could go back in time and tell myself something to better myself in the transition of high school to college. I would tell myself that no matter how hard it gets, no matter how many test you flunk, no matter how many meals you miss, no matter how much blood and tears you shed and no matter how bad you want to sign out of the deal. You have to work insanely hard to get a great out come. I would tell myself to check out more resources for help and to never let the stuggle get to you. That you're not the only one struggling and to find others to make the journey with you. College isn't easy, and it won't ever change. Only you can get past the hard times and speed bumps that happen. Always give yourself a motivation to keep pushing through! That's what I would have told myself - so I would have pushed much harder than I did.
I would tell my self to make sure that I sign up for more scholarships. I would also tell myself to do better and work harde...
I would tell my self to make sure that I sign up for more scholarships. I would also tell myself to do better and work harder to et what you want. I would make sure that everything that I need for college was done. I would also feel out more college application out of state. I would tell myself to be a little more outgoing and to let go and have fun a little because life will not always go the way that you plan it to go, so be ready to make a change. I would also tell myself to go some where else and not stay in the town that you were born in. I would tell my self to get out more and met other students and not just be alone all the time.
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