One decision that all college students must decide on when purchasing required course materials is which platform to choose between when it comes to textbooks.
Over the past few weeks I’ve been indulging in the fact that I no longer have college work to tend to. Aside from working my day job, I’ve been looking for ways to give back to the community.
In every college student, there is a hint of trepidation when enrolling for classes. Even if you are a first timer, an old timer, or haven’t gone to school in years, you’ll probably panic over the courses to decide between and how to take them. Plenty of reasoning and a lot of scheduling issues might affect this decision. So, what could be considered the perfect ultimatum? Why not try online college courses?
We spend the entirety of our lives focused on how to be successful or achieve an inconceivable goal. But, at the end of the day, are any of us really content? When senior year in high school came about, there were only two possibilities for my future I had floating in my mind.
The clock ticks away the seconds, minutes, and hours. All the while your computer screen shines white – a blank page, with the exception of your name and your professor’s, the course, and the date…
I am William Kaseu, and I graduated from El Centro in the fall of 2015. I am so thankful to have started my academic career at El Centro College, one of the seven colleges of the DCCCD.
I am William Kaseu, a former STEM and Muse Scholar and recent graduate at the DCCCD. I was born in Volksrust, a small and rural town in the southern outskirts of Mpumalanga, South Africa, and I came to America about three years ago as an international student.
It is not easy to make changes to your life. Change can be hard. Change can be scary. And sometimes change can be lonely, if you don’t have any support.