5 MONTHS!! I can't wait. I am miserable at my school and I've always regretted not transferring. I can't wait to be done and never have to step foot there again.
I'll have a degree in Psychology (meh... not really what I want to do with my life but it my grades were competitive enough to get an Active Duty commission into the Army, which was what I really wanted) and will come out as an Officer.
It doesn't feel real. I don't think it will hit me until I'm on my way home. Now I just need to find some last motivation to get through this semester.
"People ask me 'will I remember them if I make it'. I ask them 'will you remember me if I don't?'"
Another May graduate here, from vet school! Ready to be out there working, but at the same time sort of nostalgic, I love being a student. Will be moving to TN for an internship, then who knows where next.
I'm graduating in May too! I'm excited but really sad at the same time. I love my school, town, friends, and professors so I'm going to miss it all a ton. I still have no concrete idea of what I want to do, but my degree is in communication with a public relations minor, so probably something in PR. I'm planning on doing an internship over the summer somewhere and taking it from there
One of our mentoree's completed his requirements this past semester and will return to college in May for the graduation ceremony. He graduated from The Citadel in Charleston, SC. The graduation ceremony there is something special, we celebrated one several years ago for another mentoree.
Congratulations to all of you who have or are graduating 2012-2013. For those still in school, keep your head in the books, the degree is worth the effort.
"Never do anything that you have to explain twice to the paramedics."
Courtesy my cousin Tim
Me as well!!! Animal Agribusiness with minors in Farm Management and Biology, dream job is in PR (I have over a decade of competitive public speaking experience) but am definitely looking outside of that as well because we're moving to a very specific area (my mom needs help and my dad needs a caretaker) and that limits some of my choices.
Either way, I'll be SO glad to be done!
Congrats to everyone! There's light at the end of the tunnel....and it's not an oncoming train!
To be loved by a horse should fill us with awe, for we hath not deserved it.
I was suppose to be graduating in May, but took an internship this semester so now mine will be December 2013!
Agriculture and Applied Economics with an agribusiness concentration.. but I plan on trying to make the pony thing work before I look for a "real" job, I am lucky enough to be able to live at home rent-free, and use my parents barn and ring. So hopefully I will be able to make that work