The college application process can be incredibly stressful. From campus tours to letters of recommendation to essays, you have a lot to keep track of. With so much to do, it’s hard to know where or when to start!
It’s that point in the semester where you seem to have your daily routine set up, and you are on a constant flow of go go go.
When midterms and finals approach, stress is never too far away! It can become overwhelming at times to keep up with the information you’ve learned over the course of a school year.
But what happens after the graduation high starts to fade? Let’s face it, “adulting” has a bad reputation, and entering the “real world” can feel intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
This is my first year at SAU and my entire time here has been great! I chose to attend SAU because I love my HBCU, and I didn’t want to go to a big university.
I chose RWU because of the beautiful location, the amazing job opportunities, the welcoming community, and the overall positive atmosphere. I am currently majoring in Psychology with a minor in Educational Studies in hopes of becoming a mental health counselor one day!
The family vibes and comfort I feel being on campus is why I chose CMSV. I remember being on campus for accepted students day and I felt welcomed and met some of my closest friends that day. CMSV is a small college, which I love.
This semester, I decided to take my education on a different route and part take in Semester at Sea! Semester at Sea is a study abroad program for college students who wish to travel the world and learn how to better themselves by engaging cross culturally with the world around them.
Attending Virginia State has allowed me to step outside of my comfort zone by participating in a variety of activities/organizations, including Urban Couture Modeling Entertainment, the African Student Association, Rainbow Souls President, and humbly serving as Mister Sophomore.