Universities Honolulu HI
Full-Time In-State Tuition Costs : $5952
Full-Time Non-Resident Tuition Costs : $16608
Type of Institution : University
Institutional Designation : Public—State
Tuition Costs : $16000
Type of Institution : Comprehensive higher education system
Institutional Designation : Private—Religious
By Neil Goldsmith
If you’re anything like me, chances are you probably spent many hours of your junior and senior years researching, visiting, and daydreaming about the perfect place to go to college. Finding that one special school takes hard work, dedication, and a lot of time and energy. But what happens when that dream school you researched so thoroughly turns out to be a real life nightmare? Transferring to another school may be the solution—although not one to be taken lightly.
The Decision to Transfer
After I spent one semester at college I knew it was time to transfer. Actually, I knew it was time to transfer within a month after arriving on campus. I did not seem to click with people I had met, felt limited by the small campus I lived on, and was disappointed with the distinct lack of a strong and active Jewish community on campus. I tried to get involved in as many activities as I could, participating in intramural sports, Mock Trial, and Hillel to name a few. I even switched dorms halfway through the semester in the hope that I would find other students that were more like me. Unfortunately, none of this worked, and every failed venture reaffirmed my feeling that this school was not for me. I just could not see myself being there for another three and a half years. I knew I had to get out, so I started pondering my options.
Picking a New School
In shopping around for a new school, I knew I had to first pinpoint the qualities that...
ACA 2014 Annual Conference & Exposition - American Counseling Association
Dates: 3/26/2014 – 3/26/2014