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Anybody start college this year?

Anybody start college this year? Topic: Radio show business plan
July 19, 2019 / By Codie
Question: How's it going? Do you like your roomate? What's your major? Did you come out to anyone? What college? I just started yesterday. My roomate's sweet and respectful, but she has Christian things all over her side...so I'm assuming she's like the majority of Christians who have a problem with LGBT. I was planning on coming out for the first time here in college, but geez...why couldn't I get a lesbian roomate? lol Oh, I'm majoring in Elementary Ed.
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Bellinda Bellinda | 7 days ago
Hey, i just finished my first year in school at LMU. im a business major with a focus on the music industry, i play rugby, i do a radio show, and im in a frat. i'm heterosexual, but i did meet many homosexuals, one of whom came out to me, another of whom expressed interest in me. college is a very respectful place relative to high school. most of the stupid cliques are dissolved, and you can freely express who you want to be. i would not worry about coming out, and i wager that when you do, youre going to find that many others are in the same struggle as yourself. as far as your roommate, i didnt like mine at first, but we ended up being very close friends by the end of the year. its funny, because i am not religious (i dont like saying atheist, but i guess im close), and my roommate had lots of religious things on his side of the room. i asked him about them in a respectful manner, thinking he was religious, and he told me that it was all stuff that his mom had put in his room when he moved in, because she was very spiritual. this goes to say that you cant really judge a situation fully by appearances. i recommend talking to your roommate about, and dont be afraid to show her who you really are. religion teaches tolerance, forgiveness, and acceptance, so she should find some way to deal with your sexuality. if she doesnt, you can always file for a new roommate, which would be easy considering the circumstances. hope i helped.
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Bellinda Originally Answered: I am getting ready to start my first year of college?
Earning your PhD degree should take about a total of 8 years of schooling—4 years to earn your bachelor's degree and then another 3 to 4 years to earn your PhD. Of course this time may be extended or shortened depending on your personal choices. For example, if you do not enroll as a fulltime student, do not take advantage of summer courses, fail a course and have to repeat it, or decide to take a break between earning your bachelor's degree and pursuing your PhD, then naturally the time to earn your PhD will take much longer. But it's important that you first determine if a PhD is even necessary for you to acquire the profession of your choice. This is said because earning your PhD takes a lot of time and money, and unless the job you aspire to get requires one, generally it is ill advised to get one just to have the title of PhD. With that said, those who desire to teach on a collegiate level, want to be a licensed psychologist or want a research-based job in a clinical or laboratory setting should pursue a doctorate's degree. So again, evaluate your career goals. For some additional help to see whether a PhD is right for you, click here: http://www.onlinephdprograms.com/is-a-phd-right-for-you/
Bellinda Originally Answered: I am getting ready to start my first year of college?
That's great, but if you want to get PhD, then I suggest you take all four years of college and if you are planning to get a degree, go and take 2 more years in PhD to get master and etc. It is a higher percentage of getting better money and jobs, if you finish all four years of college, and looks great on your job applications to. Hope this helps.

Adriana Adriana
I just started yesterday, it is going really well alot better than I expected, everyone is as nervous and excited as me so I have made alot of friends. My roommate is really nice and respectful, but he is a devout episcopalian so I do not know if he is gong to be accepting of me. I am bi and have not really told anyone yet, a few of my friends know but they dont really count lol. I am majoring in industrial engineering, the guy that lives in the room next to me is also industrial engineering so I will at least know someone in those classes. I have not come out ot anyone yet, but I think i will in a month when I start chosing my few really good friends. Hah it is like a diary, thanks for asking this, it kinda helped me realize something.
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Terrence Terrence
Aw, that's so sad you have a brainwashed crazy roommate. You should come out anyway though. What's she gonna do? Sprinkle holy water on you?
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Terrence Originally Answered: Should I drop out Senior year to start Community college?
I have my GED and attend a community college now and I really like it much better than high school. However, I would not drop out of school just because it seems like to much pressure because that is the exact same pressure you will have to deal with at any university or college. I had got kicked out of school in my Junior year, but I didn't waste time going back because the school wasn't really a good school and had all types of gangs. Something I am totally not into and I thought I could do so much better without being in an overpopulated school with wild children. I just wish I could have taken my sat earlier that year, yet I am going to try and take them next spring even if I don't need them to transfer. I just can't see why you would think about dropping out now don't do it you can make it because you made it that far. Don't follow your sister footsteps be your own person. I am telling you community colleges are very strict in their curriculum today because they want to prepare students for four year university. I go to Anne Arundel Community College in Maryland and I have to do three research papers in one week and a ton of service learning projects and they make sure you are involved in all their community and college activities. So you should think twice about dropping out and try to do something that makes you happy and takes pressure off of you before the school week starts. Trust me all the hard work will prepare you for college. At a community college now days you will have more work than at most four year colleges, we have to research and learn the curriculum from Havard and University of Maryland. Most of my professors teach at those schools or have taught at those schools, these professor have PH.D's and MBA they take their professions to extreme to make sure you get into some of the best universities and colleges. So keep going to school you will be very happy with your choice to continue school good luck and I wish you much!

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