25 February 2013
What is so important about a College Education?
Why is it so great to attend college? Depending on one’s point of view college may be insignificant or very rewarding in life. Realistically is there any significance to waking up before the roosters have began to crow just to attend some mind-numbing class at 8 o’clock in the morning? Whether you’re eighteen or thirty, enrolled as a full time or part time college student, college can be very difficult. After four children, two divorces, and a job you hate does a college degree truly appeal to you? Is there really a bright light at the end of the tunnel when making the decision to attend college? The decision to attend college has always been an easy one for me. Receiving an education will allow me to accomplish a goal I established long ago, fulfill my career plans to become a teacher, and provide stability for myself now and in the future.
Being from a large family I established a goal long ago to be my parent’s first child to earn a college degree. Graduating high school nearly five years ago I always knew I would attend college. However, life obstacles and terrible choices have slowed my college plans down. I have to blame myself for the ignorance and irresponsibility of my first few years of college. After completely bombing college classes the first time around, I left college and worked a full time job for nearly two years. After working a minimum wage job I despised, I decided to reevaluate my goals. I made the decision to give college another attempt and decided to work part time. The older I have become the more responsibility I have earned. I am more reliable and more motivated to complete my goals now that I am older. I look forward to classes and am thrilled when earning good grades. I am motivated by my goal I established long ago to be my parent’s first child to earn a college degree.
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