• Can I take community college just because?

    Okay, I don t really plan on graduating in anything, but I still would like to learn certain things. Can I just take random college classes without having a degree plan? Or are classes just for those who want to graduate? I ve tried looking through the website of my college but I haven t found a solid answer
    Okay, I don t really plan on graduating in anything, but I still would like to learn certain things. Can I just take random college classes without having a degree plan? Or are classes just for those who want to graduate? I ve tried looking through the website of my college but I haven t found a solid answer
    9 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Does not having many friends indicate that a person will not have a good career?

    (at University)
    (at University)
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it plagiarism to help friend with formatting paper?

    Best answer: So long as both of you did not copy each others actual word contents, it is not plagarism.
    You are helping him with the formatting that is all.
    Best answer: So long as both of you did not copy each others actual word contents, it is not plagarism.
    You are helping him with the formatting that is all.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is there more to life than a 9-5 job, then die?

    Ok, so I honestly don't mean to sound arrogant, but i'm currently a college student full time, and every time i'm in class and these boring lectures I can't help but think to myself "wow i'm going through all of this just to graduate and work a 9-5 job and then die". Again I don't... show more
    Ok, so I honestly don't mean to sound arrogant, but i'm currently a college student full time, and every time i'm in class and these boring lectures I can't help but think to myself "wow i'm going through all of this just to graduate and work a 9-5 job and then die". Again I don't want to sound arrogant but there has to be more options in life. And no I am not interested in other majors; im currently in Marketing (only choose it because it seems easy.) I keep thinking about my life and future and I don't want to be miserable. anyone have any ideas or went through the same thing I am please answer any feedback would really help me.
    20 answers · 6 days ago
  • Male or Female: What were you wearing when you mostly experience catcalling? Do you think that it has something to do with how you dress?

    Hi! I'm currently doing my thesis for my bachelor's degree and it's about catcalling. Hope you can help me out. Thanks! :)
    Hi! I'm currently doing my thesis for my bachelor's degree and it's about catcalling. Hope you can help me out. Thanks! :)
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is a 3.7 GPA impressive for first time college student?

    I'd like to say I'm not bragging because I haven't even received my GPA yet I am a first time college student(freshmen) and I decided to take 18 credit hours this semester. (yes some say I'm crazy. I knew my limit )I wanted to know my GPA as of right now and I did a GPA calculator and it was a... show more
    I'd like to say I'm not bragging because I haven't even received my GPA yet I am a first time college student(freshmen) and I decided to take 18 credit hours this semester. (yes some say I'm crazy. I knew my limit )I wanted to know my GPA as of right now and I did a GPA calculator and it was a 3.783. Would this be a decent GPA for a first time college student with 18 credit hours? I've seen many people say it's good but not excellent and I'm trying to go to graduate school in the future and trying to keep my gpa high in some way. If it's important I take 2 freshmen classes, 3 sophomore classes and 1 junior level class
    6 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Do I have to ask to use the restroom in college?

    I’m a senior in high school and I am almost ready to go to college. I just wanna know if I need to ask to use the restroom or just go (so I don’t humiliate myself)
    I’m a senior in high school and I am almost ready to go to college. I just wanna know if I need to ask to use the restroom or just go (so I don’t humiliate myself)
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • What's this with these parents bringing kids into the world while still in college?

    I read an article on it with parents bringing their kids into the classroom and these teachers accepting it. Why would they even start a family while still in school. Don't think we would of seen this decades ago.
    I read an article on it with parents bringing their kids into the classroom and these teachers accepting it. Why would they even start a family while still in school. Don't think we would of seen this decades ago.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • When do people arrive to parties?

    If the college party says it starts at 9, when should I arrive?
    If the college party says it starts at 9, when should I arrive?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do you think professors should purposely fail their republican students?

    I think professors should fail their republican students
    I think professors should fail their republican students
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do college students put so little thought into their majors?

    I'm a college student. Before I had even applied to college I had already picked a major after doing quite literally hundreds of hours of research about that major and the things that are possible to do with it. By the end of my first semester I had written a complete schedule of every single class I'd take... show more
    I'm a college student. Before I had even applied to college I had already picked a major after doing quite literally hundreds of hours of research about that major and the things that are possible to do with it. By the end of my first semester I had written a complete schedule of every single class I'd take throughout all of college in each semester to maximize the experience, later adding which professor to take for each class. Even after all of that, I still feel like I barely understand how all this works and discover new things every week. Then I talk to other students, nearly all of who have done basically zero research or planning for their own majors. People saying they're pre-med can't even name the classes required to get into medical school. People saying they're pre-law don't realize their major doesn't matter at all because law schools accept all majors. The most common answer I get when asking someone why they chose their major is either "It looked easy and interesting" or "because my dad/mom majored in it and it worked out for them." Then there are the people who have a different major every time you talk to them. I have one friend who has changed his major 4 times in one year and still has no clue what he's doing at all. Like... come on... how does someone not even do the most basic research about the thing they're saying they want to work in for the rest of their life by majoring in it. It's clear a lot of them didn't even spend 5 minutes on Google.
    5 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Do i have to take certain courses/classes in college to join the US Army?

    Best answer: As long as they are not the remedial classes that are offered for the people who don't do well on the placement tests.
    100 level courses as the others have mentioned. Not something like 080 math. That's not going to count.
    The art class should count. But take English and Math as well.
    Best answer: As long as they are not the remedial classes that are offered for the people who don't do well on the placement tests.
    100 level courses as the others have mentioned. Not something like 080 math. That's not going to count.
    The art class should count. But take English and Math as well.
    9 answers · 7 days ago
  • How do you know if you're academically prepared for university?

    I had a mixture of A's, B's, and C's in high school as far as grades. The majority of my classes were general, but I did have a few advanced ones (no AP courses, though.) The classes I struggled with most were Trig/Advanced Math and sciences, but one of my strongest subjects was accounting. My... show more
    I had a mixture of A's, B's, and C's in high school as far as grades. The majority of my classes were general, but I did have a few advanced ones (no AP courses, though.) The classes I struggled with most were Trig/Advanced Math and sciences, but one of my strongest subjects was accounting. My cumulative GPA was 3.4 when I graduated. I'm also in a flux on what career to choose. I was debating on going to a public university with average competitiveness for a B.A. in Accounting or to attend a local trade school for CNA training or an LPN certificate. My dad is trying to persuade me to become a hairstylist or medical assistant, but I've heard it's hard to make a living off of that. If anyone has worked in any of these occupations, any advice/tips is appreciated.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • I feel like a loser?

    Best answer: My dad was like that too. He was just jealous that I knew lots of stuff he did not. He only had a grade 8 education and while he was self trained and worked as a master diesel mechanic he knew little outside of things he could see operate. In your case your dad has some emotional issue as a totally level headed... show more
    Best answer: My dad was like that too. He was just jealous that I knew lots of stuff he did not. He only had a grade 8 education and while he was self trained and worked as a master diesel mechanic he knew little outside of things he could see operate.
    In your case your dad has some emotional issue as a totally level headed person never tells his kids they are losers.
    You know full well that accounting is a good field to get into and if you can work your way up to a CPA designation you will be in 6 figure territory in your early 30s. SO don't let him grind you down as it is obvious that he knows nothing about your possibilities.
    You are 22 and you may want to see hi less if he keeps with the stupid negative attitude.
    7 answers · 4 days ago