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I chose to be an Ambassador because I want to show other students why BC3 is the best school to start at. Also, being an ambassador is a good way to get involved in the school.
The best thing about BC3 is the class size. The classes are small enough that I have no trouble getting one on one time with my professors. I also like the size of the campus. It is very easy to locate everything, and there is really no way to get lost.
My advice for future students would be to make sure you study. Students shouldn't think that just because it is a community college that they can slack off. Classes here are just as hard as anywhere else.
attend PITT's social work program that is coming to BC3's campus. I am studying to become an adoption counselor, and PITT offers me the courses that I need at a reasonable price.
I will get to be with all my friends again and the sooner school starts the sooner I will be able to get on with my education and start my career.
It can be a dreadfully complicated and drawn out process to become an international student in the US. That, however, was not the case at BC3. I was welcomed with open arms and felt at home right away. Being an ambassador not only gives me the opportunity to show my appreciation and be involved at such a great institution, it also allows me to share my wonderful experiences that I have had here.
The support and encouragement that you get from everyone on campus, the administrative staff, the faculty as well as the students. If you show the least bit of enthusiasm, motivation or commitment the people at BC# will do everything in their power to see to it that you attain you goal.
Make use of every opportunity! BC3 offers a great deal of opportunities for you to excel in your studies and career choices. Go to class!........Talk to you lecturers!.........Ask for help!.........Be an active student!
.....finish my BSN, where after I would like to complete my masters in physician assistance or nurse practitioner.
......I can feed my brain again! I enjoy the challenges studying brings and love the satisfaction of knowing that I have accumulated more knowledge. It makes my brain feel bigger which, in turn, makes me feel smarter.
I really enjoy being a student at BC3 and I want to inform potential students of all that BC3 has to offer.
BC3 is a small campus but so much is always going on and the campus is always exciting.
Take as many opportunities that you can. Also, study hard because it is well worth it.
...work at a hospital in Pittsburgh as an RN.
...the fall semester is my fifth semester of college, and I canít wait to graduate.
I am sincerely proud to be a student at BC3. I've had great experiences and opportunities open for me and through the ambassador program I hope to share the many benefits of attending BC3.
Although I haven't had much experience on campus yet, the interactions I have had with faculty and previous students have all been very positive. Everyone on campus is extremely friendly and helpful.
Take advantage of all the opportunities that BC3 offers.
continue my education and become a nurse practitioner at Children's Hospital.
I will be finally learning material pertaining to nursing and I'll officially be a college student.
I chose to become an ambassador because I wanted to become more involved with my school. I want to be able to share my positive experience with incoming students. I think this will be a great opportunity to meet new people.
The class sizes are one of the best things about BC3. There are not a lot of students in each class which means you can get to know the teacher and other students personally.
Become an involved student. Study hard, meet new people, and join a club.
Transfer to Slippery Rock for Early Childhood Education.
I will be one semester closer to obtaining my degree. I am also looking forward to meeting new people and catching up with old friends.
My success as a student was not a lone journey. BC3 has given me tools, support and reassurance to continue to strive for academic excellence and I feel that my time has come to pay it forward.
Academic success and personal achievement are truly attainable through the guidance of the amazing faculty, genuine staff, endless resources and support.
Don't ever doubt your capabilities. Also, take the time to enjoy the small things that are a part of this experience.
Complete my floor rotations and begin my application into an advanced master's program.
After 2 years of completing pre-nursing work, I get to start my nursing clinical program here at BC3.
I felt that becoming a BC3 Student Ambassador would allow me to share my experiences with the college to future prospective fellow students by giving them my honest opinion, based on my own insight, as to why BC3 is the best choice from its low tuition to the invaluable education that our BC3 professors provide.
The amount of students per class is definitely the plus in comparison to many other colleges that will accomodate hundreds and sometimes thousands of students per classroom. BC3's small classes allows us students to develop a "personal" intellectual and educational relationship with the new learned knowledge.
Coming into a new atmosphere within a different environment is always a little challenging; nevertheless, if difficulty occurs with a class(es), our BC3 advisors are always willing to help and titors are always available.
enroll into Pitt in their Social Work Program; however, it will be on the BC3 campus! Pitt has collaborated with BC3 by bringing their Social Work classes, so that earning my master's degree will be much easier to obtain because I do not have to relocate to Pittsburgh, but can remain in the vicinity of the County of Butler!
I will be another step closer to achieving my associate degrees in social work and fine arts when I begin the fall semester to accomplish, yet, another feat that once upon a time appeared to me to be all thwarted goals.
I enjoyed my experience at BC3 and I wanted to encourage others to experience them as well.
That it is local and affordable.
The best thing to do is know the path you want to travel. If you're unsure, do a self evaluation to determine what career path is best.
Use what I have learned to businesses and help in the restoration of this country by getting people back to work.
I have some interesting classes and with my new responsibilities as a student ambassador, it should be an enjoyable time.
I chose to become a BC3 student ambassador because I am a mother and a nontraditional student. I think it is important to let other people in my situation know it is never too late to go back to school, and start a new career.
The two best things about BC3 is the class flexibility, and the faculty. There are class times for any type of schedule, so you are able to work, or take care of your family, and attend school. The dedicated faculty BC3 has is exceptional as well. I have never met anyone on campus who was not willing to help you in any way possible, even if they didn't know the answer themselves. The students are definitely their number one priority.
Take advantage of what is offered to you as a student at BC3. Tutoring is free, and the tutors are often on a similar path as you are. I have had so much success using the tutoring facility at BC3. Also, apply for scholarships, I have been fortunate enough to receive two, and they have almost covered my fall tuition each year!
transfer to Chatham University and pursue my BSN, and hopefully work as an R.N. for Butler Health System.
I'm looking forward to the fall semester because I will start my second year as nursing student. I am finally starting to feel more confident of my knowledge and achievements.
I chose to be a BC3 Ambassador because I like the idea of showing interested BC3 students all of the wonderful assets this college has to offer.
I believe the small class sizes are the best thing about BC3. A smaller class allows a student more one on one time with the instructor.
My advice to future students would be to find a balance between studies and campus life. Students need to study hard, but they should also have fun while at BC3. Get involved in the numerous clubs or sports BC3 has to offer.
Transfer to Robert Morris Univ and achieve a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing then pursue a Master's Degree.
I'm excited to meet new people and begin my journey to become a nurse.
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