Alrighty-o fam. Here we are, still giddy and such despite having worked a full shift on my feet today and wanting to pass out.
Now, we have made it this far with my college choice and major decision, here comes the hard part: choosing a school. I can recall quite vividly crying on my couch as I scrolled over every college website I possibly could, without having a major in mind. Never in my life did I think I would have to complete this process all over again unless of course, I would be attending graduate school (besides the point). However, at this point, I have a solid major and minor combo (Spanish major with photojournalism minor) and need to find a school containing both, being cheap, and probably closer to home. I didn’t really miss home but it’s a request of my family. Also, my training I have to go to is based out of the midwest so it helps that I’ll be closer. Also, I sort of want a smaller school because I felt like I knew like 2 people at SDSU because of how big it is.
Funny isn’t it, how when choosing my first college I wanted as far from home as I could get, big school, warm weather, and a school with a football team. After me realizing that my parents weren’t just going to sneak up on me any random time, attending one football game, and realizing I hated the big school atmosphere, I want the complete opposite from a school. I’m still on boat with the school being as cheap as possible, but honestly, who isn’t?
We have a variety of schools to choose from, not too large of a variety but enough wiggle room to have a few good schools that I’ll be sure to find at least one I love.
The school choices (so far) are…
- Cardinal Stritch University (Wisconsin)
- Otterbein University (Ohio)
- University of Indianapolis (Indiana)
- University of Tennessee-Martin (Tennessee)
- Andrews Universty (Michigan)
- Murray State University (Kentucky)
- Ashland University (Ohio)
- Winona State University (Minnesota)
- The University of Findlay (Ohio)
- Xavier University (Ohio)
I’m sort of partial to Xavier University in Cincinnati because that was actually my top choice behind SDSU but I didn’t choose it because they have no football team, it was small, and religious (I know you don’t have to be of that religion to attend but still, Theology 101… really?!)
So, who knows. Might end up at Xavier, might end up at one of the others I mentioned. Or I may even end up elsewhere.
Update on my current schooling situation. I will not be attending ASU in the fall and will most likely be staying here and working or babysitting and whatnot. However, my aunt is in town from Phoenix and still wants me to live with her. So I might go live with my aunt for the fall semester and work but honestly. who knows? Not me.
I have a lot on my plate for the next few weeks and a lot of tough decisions to make. However, I’m happy (and tired) as can be.
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If you like Xavier, go for it! I’m an atheist and attend a Jesuit university, and I can promise you that Theology 101 will be over before you know it. x
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