Making Your College Decision
I can distinctly remember those last few days of April of my senior year in high school. It was a stressful couple of days of deciding where I wanted to spend the next four years of my life. Although other universities were also very appealing and had much to offer me as a student, my thoughts kept coming back to USC.
USC had everything that I wanted for my college experience (and still does). I knew that I wanted to study business and USC has a great undergraduate business program that is unmatched by any other school in Southern California. I also loved that USC has outstanding athletics and school spirit. I had always envisioned myself in college, cheering on my team at a college NCAA football game.
Ultimately, when making your decision of where you want to go to school, remember that your choice not only decides where you will get a degree from, but will also decide where you will be living for the next four years, the kinds of peers you will surround yourself with and be influenced by, the weather conditions you will experience, and the kinds of job offers you will get after graduation. Remember to not let anyone else’s opinion sway you, because everyone has different values and ideas of what a great college experience is and in the end, your values are the only ones that matter in this decision.
For me, USC was the best university where I could have the best of both worlds. USC was where I could have the ultimate college experience, have fun, and truly enjoy my time here, all while receiving an outstanding education.