Welcome!

First off, let me introduce myself! My name is Jenna and I am very young and confused! I got kicked out of my college due to poor grades. I was a confused freshman, with no clue what she wanted to do when she grew up. I thought that goofing off and joining a sorority would help me figure it out. EH! WRONG!!

NEVER JOIN A SORORITY IF YOU HATE GIRLS! I hate hate hate hate girls. They are caddy, self-centered, and all they care about is going home with RANDOM GUYS! I mean, if you want to get human-trafficked, maybe you shouldn’t try so hard. And don’t bother wasting your money on alcohol because you will end up throwing it up anyways. My main problem with sororities is the fact that they are “school focus” or “community service lover”!  MY FRICKEN BUTTHOLE ARE THEY FOCUSED ON SCHOOL AND VOLUNTEERING!

President: “Why weren’t you at our weekly Chapter meeting?”

Me: “Sorry, I was studying for the huge Chemistry midterm which is half my grade.”

President: “That is no reason to miss Chapter. The sorority should be your number one priority as a pledge!”

I SHIT YOU NOT, THIS HAPPENED!

NOW, HOLD THE PHONE! SINCE when does this bitch tell me what is my number one priority and isn’t? And, I did not come to a university to join a “sorority” aka, “whorehouse”. If I wanted to do that, I would have saved 40 grand and just became a stripper. NO OFFENSE TO STRIPPERS!!!

 

I decided to quit the sorority the beginning of my second semester, but it did not go as well as I hoped.

President: “Due to the fact that you started the semester in this sorority, you are required to still pay half of dues.”

EXCUSE ME! BITCH, I AM NOT PAYING YOU MONEY SO YOUR SOSORITY CAN USE IT FOR SPRING BALL, TSHIRTS, AND MOST LIKELY, BUY BOOZE. HELL NO!!!!

Since I quit the sorority, and refused to pay my dues, I became anti-social and tried to focus on my schooling. Which, in my favor, was hard when you had a CRAZY friend who was obsessed with my boyfriend of two years, who always came to your room and banged on your door until you answered. NOW, I AM GOING TO BE LIVING WITH HER COMING AUGUST. yay…

My grades went down the toilet due to living on campus. There were too many distractions and I was never able to focus. The distractions went from, HOT hockey players who walked around shirtless 24/7 to the daily occurrence of dorms being search for weed. I lived in the athlete dorm, where hockey, basketball, football, tennis, and track players lived. Those athletes sure LOVED THEIR WEED.

After Christmas break, I decided I was going to go to ITALY for a study abroad trip. I had 3 months to work my butt off and save up money for this trip that was a once in a life time trip! Italy is my dream destination and I want to live there, one day. I left early May and stayed two weeks. I visited Rome, Capri, Florence, Venice, Pisa, Tuscany, and Naples. IT WAS THE MOST AMAZING EXPERIENCE IN MY WHOLE LIFE! I want to go back tomorrow if I could!

I am stuck in a 15 month lease, kicked out of college, and broke.  At least, I have my boyfriend and my family.

2 thoughts on “Welcome!”

  1. Very good to know. I need to know as much as I can about college, as I am a soon-to-be junior of high school. I have tons of careers I would like to try. But um, I just think the amount of money for college is ridiculous and not only that but having to PAY for classes that don’t have anything to do with your goal. THAT’S insane.

    I mean, I guess I can see why they may be wanting us to pay so much for intution. It might be because they don’t want psychos easily getting into college. They only want you attending if you mean business, but this also calls for thousands to be in debt. The system’s rigged or something. If we have to pay so much for intution and necessary classes, why do we have to pay for classes that don’t pertain to our goal?

    All of this makes me want to skip college, because I don’t want to start out in debt like pretty much anyone else who is not rich.

  2. Going into college, and even high school, I thought I was going to be a doctor-to be exact, a Radiologist. To become a radiologist, it takes 4 years undergrad at any college (community or university). Then, when you finally complete that, you must apply for med school, and attend for 4 years there. AFTER you finish med school, I would have to specialize in radiology. Once I finally have finished all my schooling, I would have to still continue through an unpaid internship sort of thing for 4 years… At least that is what I was told.

    Going into college with a dead set decision to become a doctor, I FAILED chemistry. Without taking chemistry, you might as well just kiss your dreams of being a doctor good-bye. And as sad as it is, that is exactly what I did.

    I don’t understand how we can go 12 years without paying for school, and then boom! The government expects us to pay up to $50 grand a year for living in a run down building with awful roommates, and classes that are “gen eds” that our degree will not use. I think it is just a load of CRAP.

    It is completely fine not to know what you want to do as a career. I would try them out as much as you can, but do not expect to go into college and come out with the degree you started out with. There is a high chance that you will not continue the degree you thought you would. You meet people and they tell you all about their degree, and you start to like theirs more.. It happens!

    I am no expert due to the fact that I FAILED OUT OF COLLEGE. I believe that with the factor in my life, I am able to learn from it and grow. I have many ideas for my future career. Maybe I want to be a cake designer due to the fact that I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT BAKING AND FROSTING CAKES. Maybe I’ll be a lawyer or even a realtor.

    Nobody knows what they want to be when they grow up. Some may think they do but they might just have an outline or they are headed down the correct pathway to get to their final destination.

    Do not focus to up on the college debt and the cost of it. If money is an issue, community college is a great way to get started. I regret going to the university I did. I panicked the summer before I was starting my first year, and decided going to a school that was close to 10 hours away from my family was scary. I regret that decision but it is something I am going to have to live with. There are loans available that you don’t have to start paying until 6 months after you graduate. You are going to have to take some pointless classes during college. I had to take Art History for a Pre-Med degree.. Every college has different requirements, and most of the time, you follow the outline of the degree you hope to achieve. Along with the required classes that you must have for your degree, you will have required classes that the college/university requires to graduate, just like high school did.

    College is a learning experience. When I went, I sure learned a lot and I believe that it has made me better than I was. It is all a trial and error thing. You will figure out what you want to do and you will be happy doing it!

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