To all my upcoming seniors out there: shoot for the stars ✨ and never give up on your dreams! That last year may seem like it took forever to get there, but finish strong and cross the finish line with your head held high!
Honestly, my time at FIU was great. I connected with dedicated students and faculty who made my experience a thousand times more enjoyable.
Hi, I’m Trisha and I am a first year at Loyola University Maryland majoring in Global Studies. I’m involved in ALANA’s Sister to Sister, a group where Black women come together and speak to each other about how they feel and what’s going on in the world.
Nursing school has been a major rollercoaster, but it’s all worth it now seeing the light at the end of the tunnel! Two finals between me and those letters behind my name.
My dream has always been to help and serve others and I’m so glad that I’m able to do all of that and even more as a future nurse. I’m excited to enter a profession that is versatile and impactful in the world!
Nursing school during a pandemic has definitely not been easy, but I am extremely grateful for an easy transition to online schooling.
Overall, graduation has been a bittersweet feeling. So many memories, lessons, sleepless nights and setbacks, but it’s all made me a better woman than I was 4 years ago.
I chose to attend USF not only because of its smaller classes and diversity but also because it is surrounded by a city that has so much culture and activities right along the coast. A city where you always have something to do, amazing food to eat, cool museums like the Academy of Sciences, and so much shopping.
My college search started when I was a sophomore when college coaches started contacting me about possible recruitment. Little did I know what would come from that first email.