Monday, January 30, 2006

College Dropout

It looks like after only a few months of school I'm going to become a college dropout. I've been working on it for a little while now.

After learning valuable lessons about how financial aid award letters are formatted. I discovered that I was only awarded half of what I needed to pay for school. I have also had another lesson in "even if you're in a hurry, there's still time to make sure you do it right".

Either way, I'm going to be a proper college dropout. At this point I can do one of two things. I can go into a full write up about how I don't get along with educational institutions and that I'm not likely to go back, or I can call this good for now.

I vote for option "B". Higher education is spared a rant until I am more in the mood to form one properly.



Tom (Future ME) said...

Sorry your experience with this college has been such a bad experience. That's the trouble with a) private schools and b) unconventional universities.

On the other hand, I know from experience that putting up with the run around and struggling through the process (even if it means you have to go to a conventional college) turns out to be a very fulfilling experience. Even though it has become a common thing to have a degree, having a degree means more than having the paper, it represents the fortitude to follow through. It's a personal victory more than anything.

Bob said...

for some reason, I read this and thought of the song "beauty School Dropout" from Greece. Oh well, it adds to all the weird stuff this week.


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