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Who here is planning on attending Fanshawe or Humber North in the fall?

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I can say, with relative certainty, no one.
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Lies.
University is not an option for everyone.
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Hey, I have nothing against college whatsoever. Of all the people I am personally acquainted with who are in post-secondary school, one is in university. My point is that almost everyone whom is drawn to this forum is drawn because they are an anxious overachiever (not meant derogatorily). Even if someone here does end up attending one of those colleges, I know no one is planning to.
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@theboydetective wrote
Hey, I have nothing against college whatsoever. Of all the people I am personally acquainted with who are in post-secondary school, one is in university. My point is that almost everyone whom is drawn to this forum is drawn because they are an anxious overachiever (not meant derogatorily). Even if someone here does end up attending one of those colleges, I know no one is planning to.



I'm not anxious. :compress:
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Hey!
I went to Fansahwe for a year (last year) to do my Pre-Health Science program (and graduated this past December).
Now I'm hoping to get in to either MRT or the Western-Fanshawe Collaborative Nursing program at either site... so I might be a retuning student after all! :cheers:
To be honest, I always saw myself being a "University" type of person, but Fanshawe College was rewarding (for me) and College can be as a good as University. They're both the same in my book.
I'm not too sure about Humber, but if you have any questions regarding Fanshawe, I'd be more than happy to help you out! :cat:
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@VegaKrazmych wrote

@theboydetective wrote
Hey, I have nothing against college whatsoever. Of all the people I am personally acquainted with who are in post-secondary school, one is in university. My point is that almost everyone whom is drawn to this forum is drawn because they are an anxious overachiever (not meant derogatorily). Even if someone here does end up attending one of those colleges, I know no one is planning to.



I'm not anxious. :compress:


Yeah. That was more personal... I'm definitely more driven by anxiety than by the rewards of high achievement. At least it's constructive, I guess.
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I got accepted to Fanshawe and plan on attending
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I am certainly hoping to and planning on going to a College or a University. This may not apply to me or may be out of different circumstances, but since I applied to either site (C or U) for my Nursing program, I'd be just as happy either way. It really bothers me when I hear elitist people babble on about how University is better and the only "career"- based option, when most of these people might end up with a bachelors in something... and never end up using it.
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