Waldorf College

I really think that students should desire to go to faculty.

That is the reason I encourage every pupil to contemplate this: are you actually doing what you need to do? I might have picked anything, as soon as I came to UMass. However, I understand that I wouldn't ever have been content. After my first session in a key that didn't interest me, I determined that, regardless of the outcomes, I'd change to English. I'd rather follow my passion than shut permanently my outlet for the sole career area I really could see myself working in by picking more "realistic" aspirations.

There are lots of stigmas behind following your desires, particularly for pupils who are compelled to study the humanities. Each day, people make remarks like, "English isn't difficult, " "You can't do something with the English degree" and "You're losing your instruction."