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College self


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College self

  1. 1. Activity Sheet: Define Your “College Self”1 0 KE YS T O SU C CESS NAME: Steven Santiago Making the most of the opportunities that college offers starts with knowing, as much as you can, about whom you are and what you want. Analyze your "college self" using questions like the following to think through your personal profile. What is your student status—traditional or returning, full- or part-time? I am a first time college student going to school part time due to having a full time job. How long are you planning to be in your current college? Is it likely that you will transfer? I am planning on going to BC College for my associate’s degree. I will not be transferring. What goal, or goals, do you aim to achieve by going to college? My goal is to become successful in the radiology field. College is also a way of helping myself become a bette person. What family and work obligations do you have? I want my parents to be proud of me, my mother pushes me to go to school all the time. What is your culture, ethnicity, gender, age, lifestyle? I am a Hispanic male, I am 27 years of age and I live an active lifestyle. I like to play sports and enjoy life. What is your current living situation? I currently live with my brother, I recently moved from Rhode Island. What do you feel are your biggest challenges in college? My biggest challenge in college is to keep pushing myself to get good grades. What do you like to study, and why does it interest you? I like to study about the human anatomy. It is very interesting on how our body’s work.