New Orleans, LA
Xavier University of Louisiana


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Taryn
Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

Xavier strives to offer academically challenging classes but needs to be better organized especially in regards to financial ...

Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

Xavier strives to offer academically challenging classes but needs to be better organized especially in regards to financial and fiscal policies

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I work with the youth at my church who are graduating seniors. I put together workshops that teach them skills and help identify resources that will help them. Each student has different goals, ambitions, likes and dislikes. All of those things need to be taken into careful consideration when choosing a college. The best thing that I can usually tell them is that the four years they spend in school will go by quickly, and then they will be facing the rest of thier lives. They need to make sure they know what is important to them, not just something that thier parents and relatives think suitable. They need to see it as a launching point, and think beyond that. If they see college as thier destination, they will be too shortsighted. I encourage them to not just pursue what they think will bring in a lot of money, but to find out how they can make money using thier unique talents and gifts. Parents who are able to encourage thier children to excell in whatever they choose, rather than controlling thier choice too much usually help thier child to suceed more because they are more confident and self assured.

What kind of person should not attend this school?

Someone with a liberal arts focus or who has a lot of financial issues who doesn't wanna cry at disorganized registration each semester

olabimpe
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

A person should not try try find the college of thier choice based on the fact it is easy and all your close frinds have attended it. a paent/ student needs to do resarch on different colleges first. A parent/ student should visit the college campus and ask specific questions not about their campus life but how an individual who attends this college would rate this college academically. An individual applying for a college should look for a college which may not be intresting and socially fun but will help them advance very educationally to reach their future goals. These type of colleges require hard work but at the end individuals relaize how helpful it was to them and how well pepeared they are to advance into their future career or job by the hard work they have put in. This individual would be educatonally equipped to perform their tasks at their specific jobs faster and easier and already be able to develop different study skills that could help them in graduate school which requires more focus.

What kind of person should attend this school?

very serious and focused person who will want to work hard.

Details

  • Enrollment
  • 2,248
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $23,046
  • Acceptance rate
  • 62%

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