We've provided some guidance below, but please contact studentservices@ if you are considering withdrawing so that we can provide one-to-one advice and support. Use the money you earn with your degree to have fun, don't expect ANY job to be fun. The huge transition into the ‘university bubble' is not an easy one by any means and a large proportion of students suffer with homesickness initially. Both programmes are effective methods of support for people wanting to quit and are run by qualified professionals.
You will have lost your future because believe me, to work in a minimum wage job or go on and have children without a degree-no matter what you do once you leave-will be a struggle. It's hard to get paid internships unless you are currently a college student.
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I left university because i felt like i was wasting my parent's money, my time, and i had to take so many classes that had nothing to do with computer science (my fundamental problem with university). Instead, they're remote students, enrolled in an online education.
Trust me there are people alot worse off then u in society who go out and have fun,I play on the schools football team and im pretty good striker and the guy who normally supports or sets up all my goals is this overweight i mean wayyy overweight yet the confidence that,that guy has,i mean he runs around just like us and sumtimes plays much better then us,normally all the guys wud then walk over to all the girls and me and him wud just stand back and laugh our asses off over small things,he wud make fun of himself.
I did the same thing as you, went to school, hated it and ultimately fucked off for three years of my life before leaving without completing any degree. That's bad news if you ever want to come back to college, enroll in another school, or become a grad student Recovering from a semester of F's is extremely difficult, and your college may even put you on academic probation or suspension.
If there's mass demand for BAs, but the time and expense of real college doesn't make sense for most people, why not provide a similar service digitally? Completion rates for online courses are dismal as well, especially at places such as the University of Phoenix Online , which has invested heavily in front-end services like financial aid advising but far less in teachers and student support.
I'm also learning that experience really is as valuable as people say, and a degree is not the be all and end all. Some people say you should decide on what job you want and choose a school and major based on that, but that's too practical a concept to help you decide whether or not to be in school.
Then one here day, probably a week after the semester ended and near when I would be starting the General Manager job it hit me I don't want to work weekends my entire life I don't want to have an income limit from working at a restaurant. In the United Kingdom, a dropout is anyone who leaves school, college or university without either completing their course of study or transferring to another educational institution.
For me as a b-school professor was making a firm commitment to myself that I was not going to go through the high-jumps that management consultancy firms make potential recruits go through to prove my worth, if I had a record of producing new knowledge in the field I wasn't going to allow myself to be poked and prodded about by people who could well have more recently been my students.
If I'm not offered the job, I will remain in graduate school one more year and, perhaps, go on the academic market. When I consulted my academic advisor, she provided no support nor interest either way (stay or leave), as she has for the duration of this program.