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|Gender: Male||This person cares more about Campus Aesthetics/Beauty than the average student.|
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is a very good college. Rules are everywhere; you
must learn to live with them. Usually, those who
already have problems submitting to authority will not make it
at PCC. College taught me that my education depended
solely on me - no one else. If you
can self-study, you will do well in ANY college you
choose. Dorm life will will teach you how to
live with and get along with others - especially from
other geographical regions. Social skills are necessary; friends are
important. PCC does have a rep. of being the
“friendliest” campus. Did I agree with everything there? NO.
But, I learned that you can't agree with everything
or everyone. I got my degree and left; no
sense complaining about what you can't change. Get what
you can in your education, and leave the rest behind.
I find it interesting the negative reviews by alumni.
Ask yourself, why they stayed if they hated it
so much? And, by the way, don't be afraid
if you find yourself doing something later in life that
you didn't study for. Statistics show that 75% or
more college students change their majors AT LEAST ONCE before
graduation. College should teach you how to organize, prioritize
and work. Enjoy this time of your life.
It will never come again. You have much
to learn and look forward to!!