Atmosphere of Community College
Community college is made up of an atmosphere of many different categories. We have your traditional, untraditional, veterans, and single parents. Some are there to transfer and some to get an associate’s degree while one of the biggest reasons is because they simply cannot afford the university price. “John Holt” (Three Kinds of Discipline) is very compliable with the categories in a community college. You need a great deal of discipline to succeed here reality sets in and if you are not disciplined then you will fail out and waste a lot of money. You will always make mistakes while being here but learning from those mistakes is what will make you a better student. While you attend you will create a lot of friendships and several kinds of them. “Judith Viorst” (Friends, Good Friends, and Such Good Friends) you will have your convenience friends, your historical friends, opposite sex friends, and intimate friends. Your traditional students are the students that attend college right after they get out of high school or are under the age of 25. untraditional students are your students that are above the age of 25 and are attending college to move up in their job or just wanting a career the needs a type of degree so they go to school. Veterans are attending the school to become a higher rank in the military or because they are searching for a new career after they finish there term. There are also single parents that work a full time who attend the school at night while there kids are at a babysitters house or with a friend they go to be promoted in their job the job sends them to get a degree or they could be a young parent who needs to get credits so that they can get a good job to provide for their family. To be disciplined at college could potentially be the most important aspect to be a successful student. The reality sets in and students quickly realize they need to discipline themselves to study, do homework, and write...
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