Interview with elizabeth (my little!!:)
Virtual Tours by Students
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So this is Elizabeth and this is her door, and she's gonna tell us a little bit about South campus and the Woodland cleanse. I don't really know much about the campus, so I didn't have a preference on which, when I wanted or all. It's close to the library and super close to the ninety, which is one of the dining hall's J C center, which is a place where you could work out or play basketball. They're some of the cons of South Campus is that it's far from the student center and most of the classroom notice. Help me a little bit about your major, and what made you want to come Tuk. I trust UK because it has a lot of different options for majors, and I came in undecided, so I wanted to have the opportunity to pick from a lot of options. I declared my major second semester, and I'm now in fashion legend rising with a minor in digital media your second semester. Coming our purse Mr. Have you out for seventeen hours this semester. They're not lost, Mr sixteen, was it? How's the course that, like it's a manageable or struggling? I would say it's manageable. It's a little stressful at times, depending on what classes you're taking. What is one of your more difficult courses? Psychology is a huge lecture hall on its four credit hours because allowed is attached to it. The concepts are just a little more difficult because I'm not a huge fan of science. How would you describe the student body at okay? UK is a pretty big school overall, and it could be overwhelming, but I made it smaller by joining different things. I join a sorority in the beginning of last semester, and I also play club tennis, so it makes it easier when you find different groups of people to hang out with what are the pros and cons of UK? Let's start with the pros. There's so many different opportunities and different ways to get involved on such a big campus. There's also a lot of different activities that are going on within the dorms and throughout campus. Then what? What are some cons about UK? You can be brutally honest. Um, I would say registering for classes is a stressful process because there's not that many seats in certain classes, so you really have to be on top of it. Sometimes you might not have the first scheduled section. Tell me where you're from and how you decided to come to UK. I'm from Northern Kentucky, about ten minutes outside of Cincinnati, and I decided on the University of Kentucky because it had a lot of opportunities and different major options. So I went to us very small high school, and I knew that I wanted to go to a very big college just to branch out and see what different opportunities I could gain. So I need to, I would say, Just try and get involved in a many different things as I can, and take advantage of the time in college.