I'm going to New College of Florida for Anthropology/Political Science!
So freaking excited, just graduated from Independence High School in Tennessee this spring and I NEEDED to leave ASAP!
south carolina is just as bad, after all, we were the first state to secede and therefore the dumbest lol
I'm currently going to Purdue University Calumet in Northwest Indiana for my associate of arts in history. I'm somewhat undecided as to where I intend to apply next (it would be more convenient to go to a school in Chicago, because that's closer than the other universities in Indiana that offer my intended major (art history), but I've heard so-so things about Chicago's universities. Decisions, decisions).
I'm attending Iowa Western Community College....in western Iowa, if the name didn't give it away. =]
I'm finishing up my associate's degree in communication studies. Just a general communication degree. I'm not sure what I want to do with it yet. I'm really interested in how/why different people communicate the way they do. I plan on transferring to a 4 year university at some point for my bachelor's degree. Most likely University of Nebraska at Omaha, since it's close. I need to figure out exactly what I want to do first.
I'm currently attending St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. As a current junior at a Lutheran college I try to combat issues in school policy and awareness... luckily I'm not the only one "out of the closet".
I'm attending East Windsor High School in CT. I'm going to be a sophomore in just over 1 month. I hope to go to UConn in a few years to study anthropology!!!
I'm attending Haverford College in Haverford PA. I'm majoring in astrophysics and I'm a rising sophomore.
I'm currently attending American River College in Sacramento, CA. It's a community college. I have 1 more year before I transfer to a 4-year college, most likely UCSD or UCB. I'm double-majoring in physics and math, and I plan on eventually going to grad school for a PhD in one of those two.
This is outdated. I now go to school at Cal for physics as an undergrad.