I’m being pulled in two directions. I’m glad it’s Winter break and I can relax and enjoy some time away from homework, but I also can’t wait for next semester to start. It’s going to be a very busy, yet exciting, semester. I start my internship in the Office of Judicial Affairs, and let me tell you, I can’t wait!
Admissions has been very busy with applications, phone calls, and visits. (Anyone who has applied for the Fall semester: the first batch of decision letters go out on January 15th). I love working there and enjoy hearing how excited everyone is. Next semester will be very busy with planning for Open Houses and Admitted Student Days. Check out SUNY Oswego’s visit page for dates and registration.
I’m taking some random, but necessary classes: Accounting 2, Marketing, English Lit in the Global Context, and Conflict Management. My internship at Judicial Affairs is also credit bearing, which is great! I know this is boring, but you all want to know my life don’t you?
Other things going on…I’m trying to plan a trip to Boston in March. I am a member of ACPA, which is an organization for student affairs professionals. As a student interested in the field I get to be part of the organization and attend a conference held in Boston this year. I applied for the scholarship and am going to try to find other sources of funding. Cross your fingers for me! Another is the search for a new apartment. Unfortunately I have to move out of my amazing apartment at the end of this May. I have been looking for a new place, but nothing compares to where I am. I’m taking my time and looking at different places, but time is running out. Hopefully by the time I post again I will have found a new place.
Again, good luck to all applicants. Hello all alumni, current students, staff, and faculty. (Cheesy, I know :-p )
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Thanks for sharing. One idea for your students affairs converence funding is to see the Dean of Student Affairs and see if s/he has a small budget for conferences and could you go on behalf of Oswego? Maybe then can lend a small contribtution. Think about what you can offer when you come back from the conference to help the school.