5 different perspectives of the uvm experience!
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So certainly winters were a big pull for me, but overall nursing program is really good. When I 1st 2 word, I really fell in love with the community that I felt you bm had. And ever since sign go here, that's definitely true. It's really nice to have a place to kind of call your own city. So it was really comforting to know that UVM in so many different options and that I could really explore and figure out what I wanted to do. You know, through that you can help me find social work, and I feel like it has put me on the path that I really want to be on. I love how much commitment this student body has to just try to make the world a better place, you know, on our campus, in our town and low in the entire world. There's lots of compost, computers, recycling trash. I love how hands on students are like, whether it's like the creation of their own clubs or like it, or if you join a club like you can really make a difference in the club. On a micro and macro levels and in the clubs, you could just be really involved with your peers and with the community and the populations that you're working with, you know, kind of similar to what people are saying. You know, being around so many creative people in their own like everyone is so passionate and you know whether they're more science face majors. You know that you have so many people to inspiring you, but also help you along your journey like students, professors, you know, everyone involved, just it feels it feels like you could make a difference. What are epidemics like? Acting via personally, I have really enjoyed the experience so far within the major. They were really quite hopeful, like learning how to study, learning how to critically think we're how to manage my time. I really appreciate about UVM is that they do have, like a level one trauma center on campus pretty much just like next is connected to the nursing building. My clinical is have a lot of forces just in the hospital, which is really great for hands on learning and for my clinic ALS my favorite class waas not actually a nursing course I love on my nursing courses with my favorite Class one introduction to Hinduism were encouraged to take a lot of diverse class types. I really thought that class is very interesting and I really like, I think the academic climate UVM is really great. Yeah, I think all my presence have been really great. It's just there's such a wide variety of different classes that you can take here, and the professors are so passionate about what they teach and it really shows through in there kind of curriculum and in the way they lecture coming into UPM as you know, undecided, you know, without a major I was really excited to really figure out what I wanted to do. So my first semester I really took a bunch of different classes, just figure out what my path would be. Days I've felt so supported in that environment by, you know, peers and professors. I just felt like I've really been able to find what I want to do through those courses. You know, that class and my working with refugees class this past semester just felt so, you know, emboldened by them but also so lucky to be in such an amazing academic environment at UVM, there's a lot of science courses that you can take your encouraged to take in. A lot of those courses have lab requirements, as they could be a lot of work, but I do really appreciate that it's more of a hands on experience rather than just learning material. My favorite course that you mean so far, was because 11 genetics, it was really challenging course, but it was just so fascinating. So now we're gonna talk a little bit about studying, so there are a lot of really good spots to study on canvas. I personally like the third floor because it's the fight for, but I know most people prefer a first or second the Mount Mansfield Room. I also noticed the fish bowl is really great for collaborative work and especially, you need to be someone for a project. Or if you're hungry and you want to study, that's really good. There's a really cute coffee shop on the third floor of the Davis Center called Henderson's. I think those are the top studies box campuses, as all of them know I'm a very big study. Er I do it a lot and kind of not intensely but study a lot. It has really helped me, and I've learned that studying, you know, finding these methods have really helped me a lot get through, You know, the past few semesters and you know it does make a difference finding you, you not only your place to study, but how to study. So what does a typical night look like for us? We have been known Teoh a lot of different things. Like a lot of these people that you see here lived in my hall. There are way more people in the same boat as you, then Not like a smile was a really long way. You know, like what? Marley and said, You know, you go in and you feel like you need to make friends right away. You need to, you know, do all these things, and everything will work out on its own. You just need to relax and really enjoy the new experience of coming to college and really overall. Find a great piece of advice that I would tell my younger self really goes back to when I first about Why shows you Everyone here is so friendly. I found someone I was like, Do you know where this is? Yes, here.