Trying to go to college with no financial support is difficult; therefore, I agree with the government in making two years of college free for all students. Although many students attend college, most can’t afford the cost of obtaining the degree. The students who make it through college are left with the progressive debt they’ve built, due to student loans; therefore, the government granting students two years of free college will, in turn, decrease the amount of debt accumulated by students from student loans, allow students an adequate amount of time to determine what occupational field is desired, and level the playing field in the labor force for students who wouldn’t normally be able to afford college; therefore, they have no degree to
Not only in college is time management important, but also in your general everyday life. Your time should be spent learning and broadening your knowledge. Wasting your time on video games instead of writing a paper or studying for a test is not something that should happen frequently. I’m not saying that taking time out of your day to relax is terrible, but you should monitor to amount of time you spend doing leisure activities. I personally love to take naps with my free time, but I know that if I take too long of naps or nap too frequently then I will not be getting things done that need to be done.
If you want a house and a car after you go to college and don’t want any more debt you need to have a good job to get you through life. Some jobs won’t even take you if you have one year. You have to have a college education. Think about if you were sick, your doctor would be a college graduate. If you were sued, your lawyer would be a college graduate.
Sororities and frats, the freshman fifteen, endless studying, and sleepless nights. I also thought that I wouldn't make any new friends. Thankfully, that is not the life I live here at Channel Islands. Although there is a ton of work to get done every night, I find that I am happy here and meeting new people everyday. My photo was taken at the Santa Monica Pier.
If you feel overwhelmed, you could choose to take a study hall to relieve stress. During this period, you may work on your homework, study for tests, or take a break. Although I do not suggest taking this class during your freshman year, it is always an
Taking long breaks from education can distract one and may lead to taking more than one year of a break. While taking a break from school before going to college, may cause some people to become young parents, then going back to school will not be a priority because now the main focus will be about their child. I think it is better to go right after high school that way you are not
Nevertheless, it is with great hope that my message is understood, that there will be a laugh or two and maybe even tears. Your college days; the days your parents saved for or the odd hours you worked to pay for classes, the days you dreaded or got excited over. Seems like yesterday you were signing up for clubs and attending freshman social and now it’s gone. You needed to stop wearing sweatpants everywhere and rolling out of bed at noon. You had to start taking care of your body, the assignments you were neglecting and friendships /relationships that you were avoiding dealing with.
You will face a lot of problems on the way but you should not let it face you. It’s a long way going down this road but when you reach your destination, it will be worth it. Lack of time, a negative mindset, and lack of determination were the obstacles that I, Donna Beegle, and my classmate faced crossing the border into college. The obstacle to my success as I cross the border into college is the lack of time. I had to miss some of my classes because I had to attend meetings at the Navy Recruit Office and also do Physical Training in preparation for the Navy Bootcamp.
Teens are starting to think about college, apply to college, or even getting letters back about getting accepted to a college at this age. This is getting teens to think about how they’re going to be in a dorm room with a roommate for the next couple years of their lives. They won’t have their parents to depend on all the time they will have to support themselves, but parents will still always send money they won’t just forget about their kids. However, teens won’t have parents to make food for them or buy them things they need they’ll have to do it on their own. In the passage “ A Parent’s Role in the Path to Adulthood” it talks about how college kids rely on their parent’s so much during their years
Time is very crucial to a young adult’s life, and is spent on various subjects from school to family. Students in high school and college barely have time to spend freely and struggle to complete work on a constant daily basis. If a mandatory assigned public service were assigned to the person at a certain time, this would most likely conflict with their schedule. In the Pendulum article I read, the writer has his take on mandatory public service: “However, I don’t feel mandatory service is necessary. As soon as I graduate college, I want to get out in the world and start working” (Pendulum, 2005, para.
A value that I would bring to SHAB would be respect. Being that the SHAB only meets on the 4th Monday of each month, I would first respect the time of others to efficiently work as a team and compete the required tasks on time. Also, I would respect the needs and healthcare issues/concerns of the students. For example, when it comes to sexual health it is an uncomfortable topic and is disregarded by college students.
This information is also important to know because though I 'm a freshman small classrooms are great to have because its awesome for teachers/ professors to be one on one with the student. So if you are one of those people who stresses out on which path to take, collage, trade school or not at all, trade school is good to start with. Cost affective, graduation timeline is shorter, and benefit people that learn better in smaller class 's. All of this information is great to know so you don 't stress out any more about where to go or what to do with your life after high school. Don 't pull you hair out and pick Trade school for your life after