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Last year around this time I applied to 8 different schools. Basically I did what is usually suggested, I picked 2 reach, 3 fit, and 3 safety schools. I applied to as my reach: 1) Washington University 2) Emory Fit 1) University of Maryland CP 2) University of North Carolina -CH 3) Xavier University I'm not listing my safety colleges (because I'm attending one of them) but basically what happened was I got a great scholarship to my number one choice (Washington University in St. Louis) The cost came out to be about $18,000/semester. But I got a full scholarship to my safeties. All of my "fit" schools came out to about $20,000 a semester, and I was accepted into all the honors programs. Now that I've been in college for half a semester I'm starting to regret my choice. Basically my parents refused to pay for anything as soon as they realized I got full scholarship. I cried for hours when I learned that I wasn't going to my dream school.
Where I'm at I'm not really enjoying the quality of education. The classes are too easy, I'm not being challenged, and all I can think of is getting this all done and over with in 3 years. Due to complicated reasons...I can't just get up and transfer basically in all of this "college drama" a problem arose where I got someone fired for my scholarship...meaning now I can't transfer out of this school because then my conscience would be bugging me. So now I'm wondering should I have made this decision? Should I have taken a student loan to go to one of the top school in the U.S.? And what can I do about this situation now? Am I being selfish and not worrying about my parents finances (even though I'm pretty sure they could afford it)?
I wanted to be a doctor actually, that was my goal. Now I can't. I know it sounds really complicated but I just can't because now I've basically commited myself to work for this particular company that I don't want to work for. Sure, I have my college paid for but its not like a normal "full ride" where you get to pick your major. My major was decided for me, my career has been decided for me, and basically I feel like my whole life is going in an entirely different direction than what I could have EVER thought a year ago.
I have always wondered why it is our children expect us to open our pockets and pay $18,000 - $20,000 dollars a semester. Apparently you are not good at math young lady. @ $18,000 a four year ride, just for the Bachelors would amount to $288,000 to $300,000. You have to allow for the unexpected. What if you went to Grad School? For your Master's? What are we, made of money? Do you not understand how hard we work and at some point we would prefer to retire with as little debt as possible in case we run into large medical bills in our old age? You have a free ride. A FREE ride. Get your Bachelors, get a good job, and pay for Grad school yourself. You might appreciate it more if you do. Some kids do not even get the chance to go to college. They do not qualify for the scholarships, grants or loans. How can you complain? Never in my life have I ever seen such a selfish generation. I am the Gen X. You kids are the Gen Give Me Everything. And you can get a PHD if you work there? But you don't want to work there? You know what, drop out of college. There is someone else out there that desires the free ride you have, that would appreciate more, and would be smart enough to make the most of what was being offered to them. Unbelievable!
Can you focus, take advantage of the scholarship and get the best possible education where you are? You made a choice. Live with the decision and make the best of it. If you do really well, maybe you will get offered a scholarship to your dream college for grad school. In the long run, grad school is more important than undergrad and excellent grades is more important than school choice. Especially if finances are an issue. Good luck!
There is more to life... finish your schooling and go on to grad school at your dream school. Be happy you got a full scholarship to a school many students r not able to get that,, which is why they have loans,, Meaning once they graduate from college they will have to pay back 20,000-50,000 dollars back in loans.. BE GLAD YOU R oklahoma SCHOOL, NO MATTER WHAT,, JOBS DO NOT LOOK AT WHAT TYPE OF SCHOOL YOU HAVE GRADUATED FROM THEY LOOK AT THE SKILLS,, AND ABILITIES. PEOPLE R NEVER SATISFIED
Finish your undergrad where you are now, and cheaply, and then apply to grad school at a more choice college. You will be in far less debt, and a masters degree will mean more from one of those top colleges.
Take the max classes since they are easy and try to graduate atleast one semester before. Now is this a community school or 4-year university.
Holy god you are the luckiest, not to offend, most spoiled kid on teh planet LOL. i am going to my safety school and its costing me 15,000 a year. and i cant afford to not live with my parents! if any school offered me a ful ride, holy **** i could not look a gift horse in the mouth! and up to a ph.d! holy crap, i am scraping aroudn trying to figuer out how to get a good enough GRE and letters of recommendation to get into grad school and you've got it there waiting for you. take what is offered and consider yourslef lucky.
Umm do what makes you happy, despite everything else....your talking about your future here. You get a better college experience if your happy. If you still do not want to transfer, try getting involve with the college more. It would probably make you stay a lot more comfortable.
Finish the college you are in as quickly as possible, then do post Grad at your dream school.
You did the right thing. When you graduate, you will be free of all college debt. Thats huge. Trust me.
Get a job?