The big question that is asked when going to a college is why do you choose our college. Well let me tell you. There are thousands of colleges to choose from and I decide on Lake Land College, because they have the program I want to eventually be in. They are affordable and they are always willing to help you with any problems you have.
Going to college, is where your journey in life really begins. Choosing the right college for you is one of the biggest decisions you make in life. I choose California Baptist University to enhance my studies, meet people pursuing the same passion as I am, and become closer to God.
One thing I needed in my college of choice was that it had to be small because I knew I would be able to focus better. My first choice, Towson University, was a large school and all my friends currently go there, but God, and my perspicacious mother, clearly knew I should not go there because of the countless distractions that would have hindered my success. The small atmosphere of Catawba enabled them to have a family style relationship all around campus. I am used to this family style because it reminded me of my high school. Another reason I chose to enroll at Catawba was because of its six hour distance away from my home known as the DMV, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, area. I have been in that area all my life and living somewhere else for I think would be greatly beneficial to my development as a person and would broaden my perspective. The other aspect of moving away from where you have been all your life is that you have to leave behind all your family and friends and that is one of the hardest parts. However, you will have a newfound appreciation for them that
Ohio State offers many activities on and off campus such as sports, and other recreational activities. Ohio State also provides many great sports teams including football, basketball, baseball, and soccer. Another reason I chose Ohio State is because of the great medical background and education it provides. Ohio State runs one of the most recognized hospitals world-wide called the James. Depending if I pursue medicine, the James could provide with a job straight after college. Finally, I chose Ohio State because of the awesome campus life. My cousin goes to Ohio State and has provided me with background and information which made my decision much
In the end University of Wisconsin-Madison seems like the right college for me for many reasons. The location seems perfect and the academics feel like they would lead me towards getting a degree in a field I would enjoy pursuing. The Wisconsin experience sounds like exactly what I would want my college experience to be
As I entered my senior year of high school, my range of college interests was all over the place. My mind was changing everyday from seeking a big school environment to a small college. I could imagine myself in a rural community, or could just as easily see myself enjoying college in a metropolitan area. I believe that UNCW offers the best of both worlds in the way it is not in a huge city, but not in the middle of nowhere. There is always something to do and you are not stranded as some of my friends are in their college towns.
The first thing to consider looking at when choosing a college is whether it has your major or not. By senior year people have a relative idea on what interests them, and can find a college major to go with it. Knowing your major you can eliminate the colleges that don’t have your major. For example Iowa Central has a Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management program, but Iowa State only has Event Management. They don’t have the culinary program that goes with it. So Iowa State is not an option along with all the other colleges that don’t have the Culinary Arts. Iowa State University is more known for their agriculture and engineering programs, whereas the University of Iowa is more known for their medical programs.
Besides looking at it from a financial perspective, I would still favor Cortland over the other two colleges because its suburban environment appeals to me more than the rural campus of Hartwick and Ithaca is over three times as large as Cortland. Location wise, all three colleges are roughly the same time away from home by bus, but in
Based on these reasons, I feel that Bowling Green State University is the best college for me to start my Doctorate in Physical Therapy. The biggest reason for me is cost because I want to come out of college with the least amount of debt possible. In regards to size and logistics for my major, BGSU and Toledo match up pretty closely. Since I am choosing Bowling Green, I am going to have to keep my grades up extra high to make sure that I can get accepted into a doctorate program. This means a lot of hard work and time studying but I feel I am ready for the
When my senior year of high school came I was faced with the choice of having to decide where I would go to college. As can be observed I ultimately chose Lehigh University. Before deciding on Lehigh I made a pros and cons list of the schools I was accepted to which included: class sizes, professors, alumni connection, and location.
Picking the perfect college is one of the biggest choices a young adult will have to make. The college one chooses will be your home for the next four years. Everyone should go somewhere that provides different sports and academics that suits them the best. One has to go somewhere that feels like home and is welcoming. I have to choose whether I want to be called a Volunteer, Hokie, or a Chanticleer for not just the next few years but for the rest of my
University of Louisville, Indiana University Southeast, and Ivy Tech. Three colleges, multiple factors, but only one decision to make. Have you thought about where you want to go to college at or what you want to be after high school?
If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me where I want to go to college, I would be drowning in money. All jokes aside, to call the decision of where to spend the next four or more years of my life crucial would be an understatement. It is true that college is about furthering education and expanding the mind, but that is only half the story. It is also about growing up and becoming independent. Taking these factors into account, University of Wisconsin-Madison would be a perfect fit for me. While attending Madison, I would take advantage of the bountiful amount of research opportunities, as well as take part in extracurricular activities to add spice to my college experience.
Bowling Green gives me the opportunity to enjoy my years at college while receiving an excellent education. It has my major, and lots of things to do when I don't have class. Owens is a lovely school, but it’s not the one for me. Bowling Green will make me happy while not spending way too much. I’m very excited that I have already been accepted to BGSU and I can’t wait to attend my first year at college as a
The summer after my eighth grade graduation my parents told me high school was a totally different ball game. Personality, staying organized and keeping good grades all counted towards the real world, college. Yes, the big “C” word, Over hearing conversations from older cousins and family members about Eau-Claire and what campus is like, I started my research. Many family friends of mine have attended the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and from what I’ve heard, it is nothing less than amazing. Having a strong steady campus with caring peers is what caught my eye to begin with. The strong business program was what drew me in. Strong business programs is a great plus to applying to UW- Eau Claire. Along with the super active campus, year round. I love to be involved with my community in any way possible, with all of the different activities and events going on it will be an absolute perfect fit for me.