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I feel the same way! I got accepted as a communications major but I'm freaking out that I wont fit in with all the theatrical kids who attend!
I believe college is less cliquey than high school, but even so, we'll have our Poli Sci and Comm peer students to befriend. We'll be fine. The school's location and its convenience for me was the biggest part that played in my decision to attend, and the amount of financial aid I received as well. I'm happy to be going here, I'm just concerned about the academics part of the school.
Absolutely, the location of the dorms and school itself couldn't be more ideal. I think academically the school has a lot to offer, and I'm really excited about learning and experiencing new things there. I agree with you about the clique situation, it was just overwhelming when I toured I saw nothing but singers, actors, and dancers which is totally fine but I'm none of the above so I'm hoping the student body is equally distributed!
dealing with the same feelings!
Well its reassuring to know I'm not the only person feeling this way. If there are enough of us, I am sure we will be fine!
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Written by Alexandra Johnston
Many students come to college thinking that they will finally get to take the classes they are actually interested in. In many ways, this is true, but many incoming freshmen don't know that they will have "core curriculum" requirements. So yes—even if you are an acting major—you will have to take math and science courses. The core curriculum also includes areas like creative expression, language and literature, human nature and values, natural sciences, and social sciences.
By having a well-rounded liberal arts education, students graduating from Marymount will have a better understanding of the world and therefore be better employees. Though the classes are slightly on the less-challenging side in the 100 level, students come out of every semester more aware and active because of their studies.
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