I choose Pacific Lutheran University because of the focus you put on helping individuals grow in all aspects of their lives as stated in the school motto. It gives the promise that it will help the student achieve success as an individual and as a professional working for the better of the community. A plus is that PLU has a great history that would be a privilege to be part of.
Finally, FAU is perfect for me because of its location. Both the climate and its distance from home strengthen my resolve to go to FAU. The college campus is only 45 minutes away from my home. This will allow me the freedom to exercise my independence, gain new experiences, and still feel the security of being near
It has every program I was looking for along with a gorgeous campus and it’s in close proximity to the sea.The innovative nature of UNCW is what really made me think UNCW is the school for me and give me an opportunity to explore different horizons and allow me to be
At Penn State, I feel I would make a name for myself. This name might be known to the entire 46,000 students on campuse, but in the classes I am taking and the professors I talk to they would know me for a student who has the drive to take the next step and want more. Through my high school experiences I believe that if I can take advantage of what a high school has to offer, then I can certainly take advantage of all of what Penn State offers. It will be here where I truly form what kind of person I am and through all the activities and intership opportunities offered, I feel that this will be a great place to gather all the opportunities I can in order to not only succeed at Penn State, but also after in the real world.
The reason why I choose Presbyterian College because it is a small campus that is in a small town. Not only that it is a small campus in a small town but it is close by to where I live. I went to a small high school, York Preparatory Academy, and I live in a small town of Chester, SC, so Presbyterian College was the perfect fit for me. Also, PC has small class sizes. Having small class sizes helps me be successful in the classroom and get to know my professors better. Another reason why I chose Presbyterian College is because it has a community feel to it. Everyone you meet at Presbyterian College has that kind spirt. Another reason why I choose this wonderful school is because of the wonderful factuality. The faculty at PC is very helpful,
According to The Balance, leadership is defined as “the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal.” To inspire all 800 students in my class seems merely impossible, but establishing myself as a leader for those on my tennis team made this task seem rather feasible. Leading this girls’ high school team has enabled me to expand my leadership beyond just my high school team and to the entire community. The sport of tennis has not only shaped my life, but it has helped me shape the life of others.
Working alongside topnotch and valiant professors in their fields would teach me proper skills and good ethics, making for real-world preparation. Computer Science is my intended major but I'm undecided as to what to branch into, whether Artificial Intelligence or Cyberspace and Security (much like Felicity Smoak of The Arrow). Regardless, I know that Penn Engineering would allow me to act out of my comfort zone and make an informed decision based on all my attained
One of my favorite things about this university is that it is incredibly involved in football. They also have a spectacular medical school that I could attend after graduating. Ohio State is known for their medical school and also has many connections from doctors worldwide. This university is also a lot closer to home so it would be easier for me as well. The Ohio State University is about two hours away, which is a perfect distance to experience the full college life while still having the option to come home on the weekends. Ohio State is a lot cheaper than Duke as well. Their tuition is about $25,000. Also on the subject of tuition, nearly forty five percent of students graduate with no debt. The university is ranked sixteenth best public university in the nation and first in Ohio. Ohio State has an average ACT score of 28, not too off from mine. The university also has a perfect student to teacher ratio that is 19:1. OSU is number seven in studying abroad programs. This is another one of my favorite things about this university because I love traveling. Like Duke, Ohio State has many clubs and activities that students can get involved in. This may help when trying to make friends in such a large
When looking at prospective colleges, I not only sought those with prestigious academic records, but I also looked at the environment and the ambiance of the schools. I loved that UAB was such a beautiful college campus right in the middle of city. I knew that attending an urban college would be a unique experience that I would not be able to receive many other places. I also noticed that UAB was experiencing a period of rich growth. I could feel the excitement in the air and could not pass up an opportunity to be apart of
I chose Northwest because once I stepped on the campus, I felt that I belonged. It seemed inviting and reminded me of home. I instantly knew this was where I had to go. Other campuses were so big that I was afraid I would get lost and felt unsafe. However, at Northwest, I felt at ease. Also, I learned that I would be able to attend Northwest and my already-earned associate's degree would be accepted. That was the an important factor. The past two years I have worked very hard to earn my associate’s degree while still in high school and wanted it to be accepted and I still be considered as a freshman.
Unlike UH, University of Pennsylvania is more successful on School of Education, School of Medicine, and some similar to the University of Houston, for example like School of Engineering (University of Pennsylvania). All of these programs are great, from both universities. They are providing top majors and making sure their students succeed. Everyone might think University of Pennsylvania is more difficult, but it is all on how much the students put in effort.
I think that The Ohio State University is a great place for me to do that. I could meet new people on the large campus through activities and events. Also, Ohio State is close enough to home. That way, I could still go home and see my current friends from high school. Columbus is a great city and there is a lot to do there. Ohio State University and University of Cincinnati are very similar in a lot of aspects. But overall, even though the University of Cincinnati seems like a very promising option, my heart is leaning towards The Ohio State
I have worked all of my life for a moment like this, the moment to where I can start a great future on my own. UNCW can help me acquire this moment because they have an excellent education program and that is exactly what I am wanting to go into.I had the awesome opportunity in junior year to go and tour UNCG, Eastern Carolina, and UNCW. UNCW just seemed like the best option to me because even though I wasn't even a college student yet, every student or guide that I talked to seemed like they really wanted me there and was trying to make a positive impact on my life. Not to mention that UNCW's campus is beautiful and peaceful.I know that my freshman year is going to be difficult because I will be out on my own and having to provide for myself
Boston University is a good fit for me because it’s the location, which is close to home. The location is it’s a big part because I want to stay in the city. I love the different culture and the rich history. Picking a college the first time was hard, and it still is but now I have a better sense of what I want and need. I want something new and different and going to a hard rigorous high school allowed me to want to keep the rigorous curriculum within my education.
I'm at USM because college is a more assured way for me to get a good job. Job's take people with degree's over other's without degree's in a heartbeat. I want to write computer programs, and I heard that USM provides a great computer science program, so I think that coming to USM would improve my chances in any job interviews I might have. College will put me in an environment in which I can apply myself without as many distractions as being in an apartment, while working a full time job. To be honest, I don't care what college I go to. I only care if they can give me a degree in computer