College and university students share their experience about university anonymously. Feel free to read and enjoy.

Dear College and University diary;

 “To me, University is more than just learning about a topic in class. It allows you to learn more about yourself; that is, your strengths, your weaknesses, and ultimately, your deepest secrets. It’s also a place where you make friends, and life-long partners. For some, this might translate into life-long lovers. It’s a place where you can grow both spiritually and emotionally. It’s a place of self-development.University has shaped me into who I am today. It’s also allowed me to determine who I want to become in the future. It’s given me the opportunity to build dreams and goals. It’s provided me with endless opportunities for growth. For that, my three years in University have been some of the best years in my life. In the end, if I had one take home message to give to readers, it would be this; Find your Goals. Build your Dreams. And follow them until you’ve reached them all. Never let anyone or anything get in between you and your dreams. Build on them. Let the impossible become possible.”


University is a place to find out who you are and what you like. Choose electives outside of your major that interest you, and it might even help you pick up a minor. For some of us, it’s life-changing. For others, it’s just a place to get through. Try and make the most of it, learn a lot, love a little and laugh as much as you can. You deserve to get the most out of your experience!”


“One day in class, my professor told us that we were all so lucky that we were sitting right there in a university class, yet some of us were too busy texting on our cell phones and chatting on Facebook instead of listening to him. He said that it was sad because so many people in third world countries would hang on to every word a professor in this type of privileged university would say because they know that they need to pay attention in order to get good education, and in turn a successful career. My point is that after my professor made this statement, I realized that I was privileged, and I hadn’t thought about it that way. University is a privilege, sure not as highly regarded as it was before but it is still an experience that so many people still aren’t able to have”.


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