what college means to me essay

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  • The Importance Of Academic Success

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    calling in college? Now my five top themes are Harmony, Includer, Communication, Adaptability, and Consistency. These five strengths are a way for students to discover themselves and then flourish with this newfound self-awareness. I will apply these themes to my life to evoke academic success and my vocational calling through college and the rest of my life. To apply my strengths to my academic success I must first understand what academic success and vocational calling means. In college, my academic

  • College Is An Exciting Time With Experience

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    College is an exciting time with plenty of challenges and difficulties. The ones who can overcome these challenges and difficulties will be the ones who get the most out of college and their degree. In my paper I will talk about what a degree means to me personally and professionally. I will also talk about different things I struggle with so far in college and different ways I can improve these difficulties, as well as how I feel about the CSI report that we took and how I believe it compares to

  • My Personal And Personal Goals For High School

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    personal or educational. What do goals help you with? By setting up goals what do you achieve, how do you set one up and follow that goal. I have created my own educational and personal goals for high school, college, and career. As a high schooler we want to be able to go to college and to be able to reach that, I have set up goals that would lead me to my result. The goals that I have set up was my two-high school goal are to join clubs and to graduate. Having a college goal is difficult, when I

  • Examples Of Personal Responsibility

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    ownership for your actions. Doing the right thing will demonstrate being personally responsible and will result in a successful experience in life. Personal responsibility is taking ownership of your thoughts and actions. To me, personal responsibility is having integrity. What I mean by this is being trustworthy, to do the right thing all the time. For example, plagiarizing work, if someone is trustworthy they will do their own work, rather than copy someone else's and turning that work in for a grade

  • Personal Responsibility

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    successful in college one must be personally responsible for their actions. Personal responsibility is having integrity, and taking accountability for his or her actions. Doing the right thing and making ethical choices will demonstrate being personally responsible and will result in a successful college experience. Personal responsibility is taking ownership of their thoughts and actions (Stockdale and Brockett, 2011). Personal responsibility to me is having integrity. What I mean by this is

  • College Debt Vs College Experience

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    College Debt vs The College Experience Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions in a young adult’s life. That is, of course, if someone is going to college. For me, I’m using my last year of high school to come to the conclusion of where I want to attend college. There are plenty of college options, but I have narrowed it to two colleges I would like to attend: Owens Community College and Bowling Green State University. Owens and Bowling Green are both great options for me, but I

  • Why College Is Important Essay

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    College Education is most important because its knowledge that can never be taken away from you and you will always have your college education to fall back on. First of all, the value of a college education can be taken in all different kinds of aspects. When enrolling in school I look at it like this is my pride and glory and no one can take this from me. You can lose all your fame and fortune but if you have a college education it remains the same. In my prospective college education is valued

  • My Goals In Life

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    others but that is ok because it is your goal. Your goal makes you, YOU!! -- If I want to accomplish my life time goals I need to work harder then I normally do to achieve them. These goals are to finish high school with a 4.0 GPA, find a college that best fits me and my career choice, and I want to become an elementary teacher/ a photographer. I have always wanted to finish high school with the highest grade I could get, a 4.0 GPA. -- To get to that point I need to take small steps to get there. Those

  • What Makes A College Degree?

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    What motivates me most is my daughter Sophia, a better job/career and better finances for myself to pursue a college degree. As a result, of me acquiring a college degree could inspire Sophia to go to a college and/or trade school. Right now my job is a cashier yet I want to pursue higher income jobs/careers that could benefit me in the long run with a retirement plan. Finally, better finance can help me pay off my college loans. What main purpose for me to seek a college degree is to make more

  • Why Is Cheerleading Important To Me

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    important to me. It has definitely impacted my life for the better. I have learned that nobody can change your desire and love for your passion. So many times my coaches or teammates doubted me, but I loved cheerleading so much and never gave up. I spent countless hours trying to improve my tumbling and skills. I went from the freshmen cheer team to the varsity cheer team my sophomore year. Nobody believed I could do it, but I was able to prove them wrong. I learned that it does not matter what negativity