As Ernie Harwell once quoted: “It's time to say goodbye, but I think goodbyes are sad and I'd much rather say hello. Hello to a new adventure.” This quote sums up the feelings that come to mind as I fill out this application to transfer to Rutgers New Brunswick. My experience so far at Rutgers has taught me a lot about myself, and the people around me. It taught me that I am a part of a bigger picture, and each of us as individuals have a huge impact on the society around us. However, I have come to peace that it is time to move on from the Newark campus and pursue my degree at Rutgers New Brunswick School of Arts and Sciences. New Brunswick would be a more logical option for my studies due to a shorter commute from home, and a better computer science program.
I'm attending El Paso Community College to start off my education. My ambition is to be the first one in my family to be a college graduate. Gain a level of independence, there is still much for me to learn not only in school but in the real world as well. Community College will allow me to complete a degree in a giving environment well also beneficially not costing too much. Thanks to Advanced Placement and Dual credit courses, I have completed some of the requirements needed for my degree. Therefore, I wish to transfer to a bigger university so that I may have an opportunity in my majoring field. I'm not a native El Pasoen however it has become another place I call home. Although I wish to experience more of a diversity in other cities.
After extensive research, I came to the conclusion that the University of North Carolina at Greensboro was the best school for me. I am transferring to receive my Bachelor’s degree in Public Health. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro offers an amazing program in Public Health, which is completely online. The Bachelor’s degree in Public Health is a program designed to receive your degree by completing courses at home. I am eager to learn all of the material required for me to be successful in the career of my choice. My ultimate career after receiving the Public Health degree is to become a Medical and Health Services Manager. I hope to achieve this goal and make my family proud. Even though I will not be physically attending the university, I love the diversity of the university and the surrounding area. I have visited the university many times and the people are always nice and helpful. I hope to communicate with classmates via email and become a more sociable person. I promise to work hard and be very successful in all of my
I attended Darton State College during my senior year which helped me earn college credit. In the fall I will officially become a transfer student majoring in Visual and Performing Arts (Music Instrumental and Voice) at the esteemed institution, Savannah State University (SSU). I would be lying if I said I wasn’t excited to become a student at SSU, because being a first generation college student I know the value of education. During my high school career I maintained my grades, ending with a 3.2 GPA and
I am writing in hopes of being granted an appeal to live off campus for the Fall semester of my Junior year. Though the privilege of living off campus is typically reserved for students who are rising Seniors, under these certain circumstances I would like to ask to be given an exception to this rule.
During my first semester at SUNY Broome, I only took 4 courses which has not been very challenging because I wanted to use more time to think and discovery my future career which relates to my interests. However, I realized that I could do more academic studies and participate more community services, and did in the second semester. I am excited and enthusiastic to transfer to a new challenging place where I can explore more professional business strategics and start the next chapter of my college life with my new
During my time attending community college, I knew I had to get a degree beyond an associate degree if I wanted to be in the best position to be successful. One of my biggest concerns transferring to Walsh College was the financial aspect. Thanks to your generous donations that made it possible for me to be selected and awarded a scholarship.
While in high school, I took advantage of office hours and after school programs that were offered on campus. When I transition to community college, I got involve with programs including but not limited to; EOP, Dream Weavers, the writing and math center, the library, and tutors who provided help via the EOP office. My college grades are a merely reflect my academic achievements. They also synonymous with challenges I faced while being a student at the community college level. As I began my first few years in college, it was absolutely tedious and at time confusing because I was unaware of career counselor guidance, financial aid opportunities, and even lacked the social support to continue my studies. I did not let these challenges affect
It is something I have always had a passion for. Whether I excelled in a subject or not, I knew from early on that the world greatly benefits from any form of learning. My influence for transferring is mostly academically based. I have made good friends here and I plan on continuing with those relationships when I transfer. However, as my transcripts will exemplify my grades only go up. After struggling with obtaining good grades in the beginning of high school, I eventually took more classes on the subjects I was interested in and my grades improved dramatically. From American Sign Language to Forensic Science, if I was intrigued by the learning capabilities, then I surpassed my past experiences with grades. In college, my transcripts illustrate that I am doing very well and that I have proved the admissions team right. The reason being, my major and everything that I am learning, captivates me. Merely doing well isn’t the best option for me anymore. I am convinced that transferring colleges will give me the challenges I need to succeed both academically and
My biggest reason as to why I wish to transfer is that I simply wish to continue my education. The school I am currently attending only offers degrees up to an associates and after this year I will have attended for five semesters. However, at the end of this year I will not graduate with an associates but that was my intention from the beginning. The reason why I wanted to start off at a community college was so I could have a chance to discover exactly what career I wanted to go into and what would best suit me and these past two years have helped me to do so. I have decided to apply as a biology major with a focus in medical. My objective of attending a four year school is to graduate with my bachelors and then attend graduate school to
Transitioning from a community college or a high-school to CU may seem overwhelming and intimidating in the beginning. It is because the admission process looks overwhelming, the cost the education seems intimidating, and responsibilities feel unclear. Transitioning to CU is, indeed, challenging. However, there are series of steps to be taken to ease the process of getting enrolled in CU. While self-motivation is the key to the successful transition, the overwhelming could be settled by making a things-to-do list, the intimidation of the cost could be overcome by talking to financial advisors, and unclear responsibilities could be elucidated by talking to academic advisors, students, family, and friends.
When I graduate high school i would like to go to Bossier Parish Community College.Going to Bossier Parish Community College means a lot to me because it has everything I need .Its close to my home,right in the area!I plan to get my bachelors degree in Psychology and Sociology.I love helping others with their problems and learning there tendencies. It so interesting.My mother attended BPCC ,and got her Associate Of Science in Nursing and she said she loved going there and that everyone was so nice. Going to college will change my life in a number of ways .For starters,it will better my career path in begin the best psychologist there is .Then,I will have multiple opportunities and it increase my chance of being hired for different jobs.I am
As an aspiring high school student I must broaden my knowledge to the community which I may reside in the mere future. Which is why I decided Montclair State University is the right choice for me. Montclair University possesses the ability to both educate me academically and culturally to the world around me. Through its large and diverse community I would be able to expose myself to something new and unique everyday. To climb to a higher level of enrichment, all I must do is walk out the front door and speak with the thousands of people from all over the world who are enrolled to the university. The campus also hosts hundreds of classes, programs, and events which can help educate me and steer me down a path of understanding and acceptance.
The Honors College inspires students to work towards their dreams, eventually developing higher educated individuals. Even tough pursuing a mayor in computer engineering is difficult, it is worth the effort and the price. Therefore, it is essential to evolve not only as a student, but as an excellent professional. First of all, in the Honors College, I will use my potential to become one of the top students in school. This will allow me to have a solid background to compete with most of the excellent engineers in the industry. The Honors College provides opportunities for students by getting internships with well-known companies and several scholarship opportunities. These opportunities combined with my strong interest in engineering will
As a transfer student I am aware of what I want and what I feel would be best for me and it is all thanks to Montgomery college. It is a good community college but it is there to prepare you for the next step, for me it is transferring to a four-year university. I have grown a lot during my two years of community college and I want to continue to. All aspects of UMBC seem to focus on enhancing learning and helping students thrive. It establishes an environment where I can pursue current interests and finding new ones while simultaneously discovering my future goals. This is the aim of the undergraduate