Just when I thought I was done with the daunting task of looking for schools, up rises the sun and shines its splendor on the mysterious beast of
So, given that I know nothing about what to do once I’m done being a lowly undergrad, I went to some of my previous teachers in high school and my current teachers here at Alvernia to seek advice.
I’m now taking the first few infantile steps towards grad school. It’s simultaneously the most exciting, daunting, confusing, and fascinating journey on which I’ve ever been.
Given the great breadth of schools and English programs out there, I did what any English major/Art minor would do; I made a list, then made it look cool.
You’ll notice some pretty high ranked schools on the list.
If there’s one thing I have regretted about my college career is not looking into these top tier schools while applying in high school. This is in no way saying that I regret coming to Alvernia. Far from it! I love it here. The people, the classes, the experience. All amazing. But, I think, they’ll always be that part of me that wonders what would have happened if I would have applied to somewhere like Harvard. HA!
NOW I get to have all the fun I want studying for the GREs and applying to any school or program that piques my interest! Princeton, here I come! Look out, U. Penn!
And to everyone reading this: Welcome to day one of my grad school journey.