Community college has been a good experience for me so far. A lot of people say that you’ll fail without the same support you got from high school. But you just have to search around your campus and find the right programs to help you and get that support that you had in hs.
I started off in a program called Cunyfirst which is connected to BCC. This program helped me pass my math entrance exam. And through this program I found out about another program called ASAP as well as what I wanted to study while I was here. A lot of people down BCC for their low graduation rates but with starting off the way I did I feel like I have all the support I need to graduate from this college. You get a lot of classes in different buildings and you discover a bunch of places to just clear your head and/or study. Such as the Hall of Fame and the tables behind meister hall. These are very beautiful places to be during the spring. Even through the winter if you don’t mind the cold.
The worst experience I had was not having a lot of support for one semester. I didn’t do bad I actually made the honor roll that semester. I just felt like I really had to be independent and push myself to the limit. eirs nothing wrong with that but going from having so much support to not much was really touch and I still push myself to do my best.