Hey guys. There are only two more weeks until finals week… wooo hoooo! I am so excited for the end of this semester and school year. So much has happened and I had a lot of experiences. I wish my freshmen year would never end, it seems like only yesterday I was just the new kid on campus. But we gotta grow up some day! It’s been really hectic the past few weeks, getting final projects and assignments done and ready to hand in and also trying not to slack off at the last minute. With all that said, I only have two finals, BA 201 [Principles of Management] and PSY 101 [Introduction to Psychology]. I am working really hard to make sure I do exceptionally well this semester.
I will be doing summer classes this year in an effort to get certain classes out the way that are required for my new major. Seeing that I switched this semester, I think it will put in the place I need to be academically for the fall. I will be going home at the end of this semester for 4 days before I return back to Daytona to start summer classes. I am looking forward to taking these classes and spending time with a few friends that will be here for summer.
So far, ERRSA has been great. We are still working on the bid process to have the SACURH conference on our campus for 2011 [changed from 2010]. This week we selected our committee chairs and assigned people certain assignments to have done by the next meeting. First Generation is also great. At Relay for Life, we placed second overall for the team with most spirit award! It was 6 of us that stayed from 6 p.m. Friday night until 6 a.m. Saturday morning. We ran and walked a lot of laps. All together we did about 96 miles for the entire night. We have a lot of activities planned for the next 2 weeks to wrap up a fun filled semester.
Many of you know that Sneak Preview will be held on April 18th. I will be giving tours as an ERRSA member. I suggest those of you that haven’t registered to attend to do so ASAP if you are able to make it to the area.
I can’t wait to go back home to see family for a few days before summer classes. I miss them so much.
Again guys, if there are any questions that you have about anything at all, please feel free to email me. I am here to answer to the best of my ability, any questions that you may have. For those of you that accepted your admission to Embry-Riddle, congratulations, I hope to see you in the fall. Remember to get your FAFSA applications in and also to send in your housing contracts and all fees and documents needed to finalize your admission. Thanks to all of you guys that emailed me, I appreciate the comments. Keep on reading and always strive for the best in whatever you do.