For those of you who don’t know, I’m graduating from Colorado State University this fall! Needless to say, I am VERY excited. So, this past week, I had my last first day of school. Or at least, my last first day of undergrad.
I’m taking thirteen credits this semester in addition to tutoring anatomy eight hours a week. I’m taking human nutrition, pathology, genetics, and my senior honors seminar on the Cold War. Things were off to a pretty good start this week and I’m very excited to see where things go this semester.
We are required to wear masks within all university buildings and there was a vaccination requirement in order for us to take classes this semester (unless we wanted to be tested twice a week and fill out exemption paperwork). I’m just hoping that I can have a semi-normal graduation at the end of this semester and walk away with opportunities for dental school.
While this may be my last first day of undergrad and I’m considered a senior and “big dog” on campus, I’m really not feeling that. In my honors seminar this past week, a couple of the other students were mentioning that the senioritis is kicking in hard and it made me laugh hearing that again. I remember when everyone brought that up in high school and then, I could agree. Now though, I’m ready to kick things into high gear and just get going. I’m looking forward to a good semester and I’ll keep you all updated on how things go. For now, cheers to those of you also celebrating your last first day of school, have a great week, and go Rams!!