My most memorable experience at BSU was being denied financial aid after my sophomore year. I would not have taken school as seriously as I did my final two years if I did not have to sit out for one year. God knew what he was doing by sitting me out for a year to show me how important school was.
I am looking forward to life…no holds bar! After I cross that stage there are no more excuses and no do-overs. I'm excited for that challenge!!!
The key to my success was the relationships I built with my professors. In my first class at BSU, Mrs. Nichole Baker told me that forming a relationship with my professors was very important. I thank her for that because without that advice I may not be walking across that stage. If I could change one thing, I would have been more active on campus, without a doubt.
Graduation! It was a long road, but the support of friends and family pushed me through. There were plenty of times where I felt like giving up but they refused to let me succumb to it.
Dr. Osei Robinson. He did more than teach me about history and government; he influenced me. I learned things that I'll never forget…and never want to.
I enjoyed studying on the top floor of the library. No computers, no noise and there was hardly any people when I went. I also did a few cram sessions in the parking lot of the MLK Building! My favorite chill spot had to be in the front of the Wiseman Center.
I am still contemplating graduate school. I am currently chasing my dream of music production, video directing and management. I feel BSU has shown me how important it is to chase your dreams and embrace your passions. However, if I did attend graduate school it would be in national security/intelligence and law.