Closing Remarks. (Thank You and GoodBye!)
Virtual Tours by Students
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Even though I'm going to be saying good bye, I want to give a huge shoutout to campus rule. This experience has been top top ten of all experiences I've done in a while. I say that because I am a creative director videographer. I work with photography, social media management, and I'm also a student, and I will be looking into my mass was after that. This opportunity to being a tour guide for Texas Tech University has allowed me to utilize all of those skills have honed across the spectrum. I've also learned a lot about my university, and I made even more friends. I thought a lot of this was going to be kind of awkward for the questions I didn't have answers to. I was kind of nervous asking people I didn't really know. Doing that remind me of my freshman year when I got here and I was very nervous. I never shared this with you guys for for my first day of class, I missed two of my classes because I didn't know any of those things where the building Wass and I tried using the maps, but I think this virtual tour is a great way of seeing the University of You haven't made it out yet. I was still invite you to come out this way just because there's nothing like seeing, smelling and touching the experience. That's my personal experience standpoint from advertising perspective. This virtual tour is an excellent way of seeing and getting questions answered and kind of getting a feel for the school. I wouldn't choose another school for underground. I've made lifetime friends that I called family. Campus really challenges the tour guy to really be open and honest. Everything I showed you has been truthful, and from my perspective, if, say, another person were to have done this, they probably would have shown you different things. So which is why I invite you, because you may not be just like me. Come visit us in Lubbock, Texas, come to check out Texas Tech University guns up.