Right now, CBU is my top school, and hopefully (if accepted and provided enough financial help ;)) I’ll have the opportunity to attend
Do you want to go to a good college but not to expensive and not cheap ? Do you want a good job and go to a college that can help you get that awesome job or even career ? Also do you want a career in medicine? Well if you said, YES to all these questions well I suggest that you go to Baylor. Why you ask ?
Overall, Texas A&M offers a great opportunity for me. Trying to get into this university alone will give me the opportunity to get better and try my hardest. I also love the fact that this school has a 20:1 student faculty ratio. I have always went to a small student faculty ratio school and I want to continue it. Last but not least, the computer science program is perfect for me. I can pursue my dream to have a job that is related with computer
I thrive in smaller, yet motivated, environments where I am given the opportunity to reach my full potential, which is why I believe TCU would be a perfect fit for me. I am excited by the reputation of passionate and dedicated professors at TCU. I know that my professors at TCU will give their full attention to me and support me whether it be academically or in everyday life. Additionally, I find the TCU spirit captivating. I hope to try out for the TCU Show Girls if I have the honor of becoming a TCU Horned Frog.
The first day I visited, I went on a tour around the campus. Seeing the campus of Baylor, was huge but well-organized. I participated in the Christian Leadership Institute on the campus. This camp helped me understand how the campus of Baylor was and taught me life-long skills that I will never forget. During my time at camp, I have met some of closest friends that live all over the country. I felt that I could see myself at this university, compared to anywhere else. I felt as if there was no barrier between one person or another that stopped them from talking to one another. It was a bit daunting not knowing anyone at this camp, but after a week it all seemed to change. I had a different view of Baylor from the first to the last day I visited. Imagining of where I could be, Baylor is a university that I could see
Methodist University was one of my top five schools when I started to apply for school. There were three important aspects to why I chose to attend Methodist University. The most important part aspect of going to Methodist was the education part, along side with the men’s lacrosse program and my girlfriend.
I choose to attend the University of Florida for the culture of community that exists on the campus. The University of Florida has always been a school that wants its students to succeed, but what is the most interesting aspect is that the students push each other together to achieve their goals. We live in a society where it is a "Man vs Man" world and that only one can succeed. Here at the University of Florida, we challenge those social norms and try to create a pathway that fits for everyone. Here, we just don't have dreams, because as gators, we make those dreams plans and those plans into reality. Being able to accomplish or do something that makes your life fulfilling is what made me want to come to the University of Florida and continue to give back to the place that gave me the chance to improve myself and help others improve too.
Texas Christian University, home of the horned frogs, is known for its exceptional medical department, and will give me a great education. Going to TCU will help me prepare for life after college and help me excel at my career.
My mother is an alum of Washington State University and obtaining a degree from the same school as her would be special to me. I have always been a cougar fan and will always will be. When WSU first announced their accreditation for a school of medicine I was extremely excited to apply. By attending Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, I would be able to return to the state where I grew up, give back to the community, and fulfill my dream of becoming a
I've always wanted to go to college my whole life. I didn't know what I wanted to do later in life, or what I wanted to major in. My dream was always to just go to college. As a sophomore in high school I discovered the basic field I wanted to be in, the veterinary world. My junior year I knew which profession I wanted to be involved with; however, I wasn't quite sure which role. Now as a senior, I know exactly what I want to do with my life. I am hoping that UTK will be the college for me. I have previously visited UTK, and it just felt right. Visiting other colleges, nothing compared to the uniqueness and homelike atmosphere of UTK. Being a Kentucky resident, I am quite familiar with Tennessee, and it is one of my favorite states. I am hoping to fulfill my dreams here at UTK, and continue further down my path to success.
Upon graduating high school a large amount of my fellow students were well aware of which university and which degree they would wish to study and I was not one of those students. Up until recently I was also concerned that I would not be able to find a university that I would truly appreciate. Having toured multiple campuses throughout Texas and almost enrolling in Texas State I was worried I would resort to settling for a university that may not be right for me. My family and I were blessed when my father Alex Bielawski became a full time security officer for DBU. My father offered to visit the school for the first time and I immediately fell in love with it. The friendliness, the professionalism, and the holy presence on campus was truly
What do student athletes and coaches desire more of? What do teachers and administrators demand more of? School spirt answers both questions. Many schools across the nation do not grasp the importance of school spirit. School spirit has the power to perform miracles in the athletic and educational world, and schools have taken notice. Student athletes and coaches crave more school spirit because enthusiasm from a crowd provides a team with energy unattainable in any other circumstance. Teachers and administrators yearn for more school spirit because they wish for students to have a positive attitude when attending their school. What school district would not covet positive attitudes from their students? All schools need to
Some schools seriously lack school spirit. It doesn’t just show in support, but it drastically affects academics and attendance. Schools with lower school spirit have been found to do worse in school and have lower attendance rates. Low school spirit also affects extracurricular clubs and sports teams. School spirit needs to be a priority in schools because the effects are positive.
Furman has everything I have ever wanted in a university; an absolutely beautiful campus with outstanding landscaping and traditional architecture, superior academics with a broad spectrum of learning opportunities and an extremely impressive balance between social and educational life. And, although these factors drew me into liking Furman, what truly zeroed in my focus on wanting to apply was the unwavering commitment to student success shown by the university.
To be honest, Hokie was not my top three school choices. During my summer of my senior year, I was wondering if there is much suitable and better school than the other top choices so I started searching and asking people around. Finally I remembered that one of my friends told me that his sister is attending Hokie and she felt safe around the campus comparing to other colleges that I am applying to, and interested in her studies day after day .Hokie contain a lot of people from different countries with an amazing cultures and ideas. Diversity will develop different and intelligent skill from other culture that Hokie will have among its students. The third reason id the greenness of the campus. The campus is fantastic with its old building and