Anyone else in college

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Anyone else in college

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If so which school are you atending?

I'm just trying to liven up this forum.

I go to Monmouth University in New Jersey.

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Well not right now, obviously. But when I'm not spending the break mooching off my parents, I go to Rice University.

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Dang man, Monmouth is so freakin' expensive. Why? :x


To answer your question, I'm attending Montclair State University, in New Jersey as well. I think I'm majoring in history and Jurisprudence (legal theory)

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hmm.. I suppose checking the dates of each post could have prevented me from necro-posting on my first post.

hmm..

I might as well make this post less otiose I suppose. To whoever makes the comic (I just discovered it now), it's looking great. I'm looking forward to combing through the archives..

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Post by Legendary »

Since everything's still on page one, and you did have something on-topic to add, not just "Post Count +1!" So necromancy is forgivable. Double posting, however, is frowned upon. Fixed, and try to avoid it in the future.

Also, Eastern Washington University; Freshman; Computer Science major; Cheney, WA.
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Well, I'm a high-school Senior attending college at Mesa Community College in Arizona, although I plan to transfer in a year and a half to Arizona State University. Physics Major.

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Already graduated college (just 2 years at a community college, though) and I'm likely going back later this year to get a degree that will actually get me a job.

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In two months, I will have a degree that'll get me a job!

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Nico wrote:Already graduated college (just 2 years at a community college, though) and I'm likely going back later this year to get a degree that will actually get me a job.
Went to community college and got a degree that got me a job. Damn this no homework stuff is nice.

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Update: Job interviews are tedious.

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I'm still in high school (I don't know what the equivalent would be wherever you live). I don't think I'll be going to uni though seeing as I'm a retard and all. Also it seems pretty bad to want to study for another four years after just going through 13. Maybe that's just me.
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Draco N. Slayer wrote:I'm still in high school (I don't know what the equivalent would be wherever you live). I don't think I'll be going to uni though seeing as I'm a retard and all. Also it seems pretty bad to want to study for another four years after just going through 13. Maybe that's just me.
It's pretty much specializing yourself when you hit uni/college (except for the first year of uni, which is just like highschool except not as consistant and much harder) not to mention it's the easiest way to get a well paying job that doesn't involve both the titles customer service and floor manager.

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Not to mention, the pay rate is much better.

Consider this:
Before I finished college I worked in a grocery store making $7.85(CAD)/hr., my manager was making roughly $22(CAD)/hr., worked a mixture of times during the day, worked overtime if someone called in sick and took about 10 years to get to that position, the next position above him is much better but there's only like, 3 jobs for it and they usually hire uni graduates.

Now I work Mon-Fri, 9-5, a bit of overtime if needed, but it's flex time, so if I work an extra 8 hours I get a paid day off. Additionally I make roughly $19.50(CAD)/hr. as the lowest paid position for my line of work in this company and I get benefits. In 5 years I'll probably be making more.

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I'm pretty sure most colleges are very accommodating to retarded (disabled, or whatever they call it now) people.

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IUN in Gary

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