Ashford University Admission’s Essay Ashford University is a instituion that holds itself with great prestige and respect. While attending I'll be able to advance my knowledge of teaching and children’s emotional, social, and physical needs to better help them grow. I feel it will push my career and academic goals in the right direction aswell as push my limits academically.
I know that going to Oregon Institute of Technology will open many opportunities for me and will lead me to achieving my goals. It’s not only the best choice for me educationally wise but it's a place that I can see myself calling a home. I have confidence that this school has what I need to help me become a successful dental hygienist. The Oregon Institute of Technology Dental Hygiene program is one of the best in the state and I know it'll make me into a great dental hygienist one day. Not only that but the campus is beautiful and I can see myself being happy there. I know I will meet great new people and it'll give me the best college experience I can get. I'll admit that at first Oregon institute of Technology was not a school I had really
In the McWhorter School of Building Science in the College of Architecture, students have had a 100% employment rate in the two previous semesters (Nobles). This statistic alone shows one perk Auburn University has over many other colleges. Auburn University is the best college because it has the best job
Order of Omega The University of Mississippi is a second home to me, but also a place that continually challenges me on a daily basis to be better, to think outside of normal constraints, and to become a more effective leader. Serving Ole Miss as a student, and eventually as alumni, is so rewarding.
I see this university as an enormous and amazing place to study. In my mind, I have not planned to start in a JC and then transfer to a State. I know, I can do whatever I put on my mind. I want to accept this challenge, because I want my parents and siblings to feel proud of me, otherwise if I go to Fresno State, I will be the first one of the family to study in a university in the United States of America.
Clemson University has always been special because of the opportunities it has given to me and my family. Giving my father and uncle to play on the football team that went on to win a national championship, as well as a college education makes me feel thankful because without a full scholarship, they would not afford college. Being named after the mascot, my connection to the university was apparent at birth. Clemson has given members of my family opportunities and I feel like Clemson can give me opportunities as well. My future plans in life include attending medical or law school to pursue a degree in one of those two fields. The academic programs that Clemson offers will best prepare for my future goals. Having advanced research and degree
Growing up in a small town in the corner of Northwest Georgia taught me many things. It taught me a distinctive vocabulary showcasing words such as “cattywampus” and phrases like “well butter my butt and call me a biscuit.” I also learned the importance of manors and of course, the
Things often don't go as planned in life, but sometimes it's for the better. I never actually planned on attending Iowa State University, but now that I'm signed up to attend, I can't wait to learn more about myself and develop through classes, clubs, and the NROTC program. When I first
I am currently a student at Kettering University in Flint, Michigan. I originally applied to Kettering because I thought that I wanted to be an engineer in the automotive industry, and Kettering, being the former General Motors Institute, had one of the best programs in the US to be an automotive engineer. I worked hard to get accepted into Kettering, and I was excited to start college., I joined multiple clubs, and rushed the fraternities on campus, choosing to join Beta Theta Pi. I had a great time my first term at Kettering. However, during the second term at Kettering I started to realize that I was not having the educational experience I desired.
Since I am a transfer student, my time is very limited at UIC. Therefore, I go beyond measures to grasp every opportunity that comes my way. Before I transferred to UIC, I was living in a small town called Decatur. I had many dreams and aspirations to make a name for myself and get out of Decatur. During my last three years living in Decatur, I was attending a local community college. The teachers, classes, and even the equipment were limited to increase the value of my education. I working several odd ball jobs to help pay for an associates degree that I felt was not taking me in the direction I wanted to go.
I am fortunate enough to be friends with a vast majority of the people enrolled at my school, and the opportunity for individuality in the classroom is great. The downside to attending a small school and living in a small community is that there is not much of a learning experience with culture and diversity. In spite of my lack of diversity, I am a very open-minded person who wants to learn about all the new ideas a big campus has to offer; I feel Ohio State is the best university to do so. I am thankful to have grown up in this small town because this deprivation of a wide culture has just made my thrive for education steepen. I have learned about my small towns culture, a thing many do not think to do, yet, I am grateful for, but it is now time for me to move on, so I can broaden my educational and personal experience. People that come from my town do not always leave because they know nothing more than the small culture we have here; I am going to be the
My parents had a messy divorce, and we just never had the chance to leave. “My place” has always been Denver, Colorado because most of my family lives there. Family for me is so important. Luckily, I got blessed with a beautiful family that is just full of love. Unfortunately, we all live in different states. The majority of my family live in Denver, but I also have family in California and Texas. I have always loved it in Colorado. I started to dream about going to college there, starting my first nursing job at a hospital nearby, and starting a family. It got to the point where sophomore year of high school my mom decided to take me to go look at colleges because it was my dream to go to Denver. We went to Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Greeley. My dream university is the University of Colorado, Boulder. The first time I saw the university, it looked like it wasn’t even real. It looked like a picture from a magazine. I could not fathom that I was taking a possible step towards my dream. It’s definitely not like any of the universities here in Florida. It’s a big school, has a beautiful campus, and has the most adorable college
Chapman University is one of the top schools in the nation. The university is notorious for their academics in every category. The university gives me a great opportunity in the classroom and to have an enjoyable life. Coming from Servite High School with around nine hundred students, I have adapted to the smaller size schools. At Chapman, I believe I will be able to get more hands on work with the fourteen students to one faculty ratio than at any other university. Being a Southern California kid, I love what the area has to give me with the live local entertainment, dazzling beaches, and gorgeous mountain tops with elegant slopes. With Chapman being a ten minute drive, I will be able to live and stay close to my family and love ones. Based
“Once a Dragon, always a Dragon” is more than just a phrase to me. I have lived in Niles, Ohio for my whole life. I have learned many valuable lessons while living and attending school here. As a senior I have applied to many schools and while many were great, I found one that offered everything I was looking for. They have an outstanding academic program, the major I intend on studying, a great campus that I feel at home with, and lots of extracurricular activities. It seems like the perfect college, but the only problem is, it is five hours away. I am going to be studying chemical engineering with a minor in paper science at Miami University. Even though I will become a redhawk for the next four years I will still be a dragon at heart.
“No, this is not happening. This can’t be happening!” I could not believe my eyes. I rubbed them over and over again, hoping that somehow reality fooled me. The only noise that I could hear was the continuous beat of my heart; thump, thump, thump, thump. It was as if my brain short-circuited and needed to be rebooted. With sweat running down my face, I gathered my courage and looked into the mirror. It has been months since I had the guts to glance at my reflection, and I was shocked. I did not expect to see such an oversized woman staring back at me. I closed my eyes at the horrifying figure and looked down to see the scale one more time. One hundred and fifty four pounds. From that moment on, I knew that things will never be the same