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When deciding on a college, the most important thing to know as a student is you. If you don't know who you are and have no ...
When deciding on a college, the most important thing to know as a student is you. If you don't know who you are and have no clue what you want out of life, it's hard to use college as a stepping stone for your career. Don't waste your life and money trying to "find you? in a party school, and don't bury yourself in academics to avoid facing reality. Discover who you are, make choices and decisions based on what you see your future looking like. If you see yourself being a teacher one day, then choose a school with a reputation for its good teacher education department. If you aren't sure where to go in your future, maybe take some classes online or at a community school before you just jump in head first in a large university somewhere. When you get to college, make good friends who will support you when you have family problems and love you when you are hung-over. Grades don't define who you are, but they sure help you in what you can become, so take school seriously. Make the most out of every experience.
Homeschoolers, those seeking a small school environment. Students who desire to become like family within their major department and experience real-lfe accountability with the low ratios of student to faculty.
Non-Christians, satanists, liberals, people ith negative views of the world, God, people. People haters and those who hate community should not.
One of the most important things that I would suggest to parents of potential college students is to make sure that the schoo...
One of the most important things that I would suggest to parents of potential college students is to make sure that the school that they are looking for will not only prove to be a good one academically, but will also be a place where students can make friends and have fun. While the focus of college is to get a degree so that you can start a career, the students also need to be able to kick back and enjoy themselves every so often. Finding a place where a student will fit in is always an important aspect. I chose my college because I knew that it would provide me with a stable community where everyone is focused on Christ and learning more about His love for us. Find a place not only where they fit in, but a place that will grow them and edify them in their fast approaching journey to and through adult-hood. One more important thing, have no regrets. God has placed that student there for a reason and will help them to make the best of things. :)
Everyone is welcome at this school!
They are starting to take away all of the disciplinary acts that they used to have. I feel like they are lowering their standards so that they can draw more people in.
I would tell parents and students that finding the right college can make a difference in your satisfaction with the educatio...
I would tell parents and students that finding the right college can make a difference in your satisfaction with the education you are receiving. When looking for a college, look at the values the college has and makes known on campus and within the community. If you are not into the party scene look for a college that will fit your social standards and abilities, also if you are a serious student who does not like the distractions of partying or social obligations look for a college that will encourage you to give your best efforts in all your classes. If you do not like the college that you have chosen you are not going to want to give your all and make good grades, find a college that meets most if not all of your ideal requirements.
The worst thing about this school is the cafeteria food, its not generally good but since you have to pay for it anyway its something that you can get by on.
The kind of person that should not attend this school is the kind of person who has problems with authority figures, or having all of your classes relate to the Bible in some way or another.
Don't settle for less. Apply many different places, and if you can't find anything that interests you, take some time off bef...
Don't settle for less. Apply many different places, and if you can't find anything that interests you, take some time off before starting college. There's no hurry to start. Your value as a person isn't found in academic success anyway. If school isn't for you, don't continue your education. The academic setting isn't for everyone, and that's okay. Don't let anyone pressure you into going to college if you're going to be miserable there.
Very conservative Christians who grew up sheltered, never want to experience what the real world is like, marry early, and raise children to be exactly like themselves.
I really dislike my school. I guess the nature is cool?
Be dedicated to prayer and listen to the voice of God so that you can know his will for your life.
Be dedicated to prayer and listen to the voice of God so that you can know his will for your life.
A person who is into the party scene and who has a problem with authority and rules.
The food continues to be horrible.
To the students: Do your school work in little chunks - do not bite off more than you can chew. Procrastination is the assass...
To the students: Do your school work in little chunks - do not bite off more than you can chew. Procrastination is the assassination of motivation. If you are interested in a particular school, then make a visit to the school during the work week on a non-"campus preview" week. This will give a good idea what it will be like while you are there. Do not be afraid to go far away from home because for most people it is a good experience for them whether they relieze it at that time or not. Whenever you talk to your parents always tell them that you love them. Wait until you are at least a junior before you get into a serious relationship with someone because this will give you time to go through some initial changes that you will go through during those first couple of years. To the parents: Care packages are much appreciated by your child whether they admit it or not. Never go two weeks without speaking to them, but don't call everyday unless they call you. Before your child leaves be sure to have an agreement about what they are doing for certain holidays.
Lack of diversity in faculty and student body.
I brag about the fact that it has a waterfall on campus.
First, know your values. What morals are you willing to sacrifice, which are you firm on? Find a school that supports your mo...
First, know your values. What morals are you willing to sacrifice, which are you firm on? Find a school that supports your moral standards. Otherwise, if you have a higher moral code than the one your school upholds, then you will find yourself sacrificing more and more of your beliefs in order to succeed or be popular. It is vital to hold onto your values before social life or your academics. Second, know what you want to do. If you want to be a doctor, don't only look for a school with a med program. Look at grad schools, decide what kind of grad program you'll want, and then choose your first school on that basis. Look at undergrad studies as a stepping stone to your next goal, and choose the one that will put you in the best position for the future. Third, know your finances. It is always better to settle for a smaller, less flashy school if it is cheaper. Student loans can weigh you down the rest of your life, forcing you to always settle for less than you could have otherwise. Find the most inexpensive school you can for the most competent education.
Someone who is going to school to party. TFC is a Christian school, and everyone on campus is very conservative. Drinking, drugs, and excessive partying are not indulged in by most students. This is a school that offers clean, safe, and godly socialization.
There tends to be a lack of communication between the various departments and offices. Also, we lack a lot of extracurricular activities, especially in the arts. We have very little opportunity to engage in art, drama, or other arts programs. Music, however, is very prevalent.
I think the school has great potential to be a wonderful campus bringing students in and keeping them, but the leadership the...
I think the school has great potential to be a wonderful campus bringing students in and keeping them, but the leadership there is set in some "old" thinking and we are behind the times.
Make sure you visit your school. I didn't visit and I regret that. Make sure you give yourself options. Make a list of what you want out of your college experience and use that as a guide when you are researching and visiting schools. Ask every question possible. There's plenty of money out there available, take the time to check EVERY option. Once you land at your chosen school, your experience will be what you make it. Take full advantage of your professors with your classes that's what they are there for. As far as making friends go, be open to EVERYONE. I only went after the t ype of people i hung out with in high school, and I realized how much I was missing out on by not opening myself to everyone! Walk around with confidence and great things will happen. Get involved with SOMETHING, you'll be surprised with what you will be exposed to by gettiing involved. If there's nothing there that spikes your interest, start something new!! All in all, again, IT'S WHAT YOU MAKE IT!!! College years only come around once...MAKE MEMORIES.
Some of the professors who have made huge changes in my life, my mentors.
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