I Want Your Opinion on College
So I would like to hear from YOU! Yeah you reading this. I want your full honest opinion on college. I want to know everything you know. I want to hear about your experience in college or your story of why you went to college, or the reason you didn’t. Tell me what I should do and what I shouldn’t do while in college. If you are someone who is attending Full Sail give me the inside scoop! As the days count down to my start date of May 6th I was just wondering what it is going to be like. The unknown is exciting yet a little scary. Scary probably isn’t the right word, because most people associate the word “Scared” as a bad thing. I am one who embraces change and the idea of the new and unknown excites me. Were you scared to go to college? Once you got through it did you look back on that fear and laugh? Share whatever you want, I’m all ears… or I mean eyes.
Please comment below so I can hear about your adventures in college or feel free to email me if you would rather your story kept private.
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Thanks a Bunch,
Posted on April 12, 2013, in News and Info and tagged Bachelors Degree, Back to School, Changes, College, College Life, Full Sail, I Want You, Just for Fun, Life, Opinion, Sean Korb, Story, Success, University, Video Game Art. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Full Sail is great! I’m enrolled in the Digital Arts & design program and currently in my 2nd month. I was nervous when I first started, it was more nerves than anything else. This is my first time away from home and living out of state. What I recommend is that you make it an effort to network with as many people as you can regardless of what program they’re in. Also in this is something you want bad enough prove it. Show that you want this bad enough, dedicate yourself to what you’re doing, and surround yourself with like-minded people. I think this philosophy applies to anyone going to college, not just Full Sail students. I’m only 23 and have spent years of my life becoming a better designer and actually working in the field. I’m self taught, and while I do have the experience I want to be seen as more professional. I attended my local community college prior to coming to Full Sail, and I was able to learn a few things, but I was finding out that some of my knowledge about certain things surpassed what the instructors knew. I also was surrounded by unmotivated students that were just in the class to fill a seat. Basically my point is know what you want and what you hope to gain.