April 2010

There is less than a month remaining until the end of my freshman year. Yesterday, I read through my journal entries to reflect on what I have done this year at Embry-Riddle, and I have concluded that I have done quite a lot – both in school and out of school. Every day I learn something new, and every day I am grateful I chose to come here for business.

If you are an applicant or an accepted student that is unsure of where to go, my best advice is: pick the school that fits you best.Embry-Riddle offers degrees in just about every facet of aviation, and if you are interested in aviation, Embry-Riddle is a great choice, especially if you are looking into a career in the business aspect of aviation. If you ever have any specific questions about the university or the College of Business, feel free to email me.

My choice to take six courses is starting to hit my calendar, but summer is just around the corner and I am in the homestretch of things. Registration for fall of 2010 is coming up, and I’m excited to lower my course load down to 5… and to pick more business specific courses.Florida is warming up, and the temperatures have ranged from the 60s to 80s (degrees Fahrenheit). While these past few weeks have been “study-intensive,” I have been able to spend time on the beach with friends. At Embry-Riddle, you are just a ten minute car ride from the beach – what could be better?

The upcoming weeks will be busy, and I will have plenty of work to do. Already, I have a nice collection of projects, but, they are all aviation related, which makes them enjoyable.I’m hoping to go on an airport tour of Tampa International Airport soon, and I will be sure to include pictures in my next journal entry.

Until then,


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