Talk with Princess, a senior at UT!
Tour GuideLily Wiggle
Meet Princess, a senior here at UT! In this interview she discusses some of the highlights of attending UT, as well as some of the challenges of navigating your four years here.
The following is an computer-generated summary of the video transcript.
I'm from Nigeria, and I'm also a resident assistant in small people. Can you describe the student climate here at UT? Let's say that you kind of it's a mixed bag. There's a mix of different kinds of people, but people here are pretty nice. Like once you actually try to get involved on campus and meet new people. One thing I will say is that once you start going here, that's very mindful of the classes that you need to take before you graduate. Because if you're not mindful of that, you might have to take late, stay an extra semester, which is in front. So how would you describe the work flow here? Okay, so I don't know if it's just me or are leg. I mean, you're very involved when you're taking classes. I mean, there are, like, usual easy classes that people can take to get a But I would say that usually you have to actually wear you like good. What are some of the pros and cons of beauty? To be honest, I really like you tease. I mean, I feel like it depends on the person you are, but I love the size of campus. I think it's really cool because it just feels nice. I liked that there are a lot of opportunities to get involved. Like there were so many organizations on this campus on DH. You're just, like, a great way once. I don't like I feel like, especially since I feel like when you're a senior, it's more difficult in terms of housing into, like, a guarantee. Finally give some advice to your senior in high school Self. Like colleges find you're not gonna die on Also, like, don't be too hard on yourself. You know, trying to go out and have somebody from time to time.