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Updated on Monday, July 6

#21074

OMG: Thank you UW. Had you not been such a shitty place to attend a few years ago I would never have found my calling. Hopefully you inspire others to leave and find their passion as well.

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  1. Maybe the problem was with you?

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  2. this happened to me too hah

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  3. This post certainly resonates. After first year, I seriously considered switching. I decided that maybe the problem was just that I had the misfortune to be sick a lot. So I stayed. Now after second year I wish to fuck I had left. This place might have a good reputation in certain circles, but it fucking sucks.

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  4. I did this. My intention was to earn a degree or two, not a couple of pieces of paper. As it turns out my own intelligence and initiative were correct in a number of areas. I'm quite pleased after taking the different route. My advice is for others if they feel the same way to ask themselves if they're settling or not. My experiences with universities in the region were not very pleasant entering as a mature student. But we live and learn.

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    1. I don't think the problem was your maturity

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    2. Wha? How does being a mature student spoil one's experience?

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    3. make new post.

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  5. @4.b it was a number of reasons. In the end I find my self-respect has gotten higher and overall happiness has improved. Had I stayed in my program I would have been proven right eventually with various predictions that I was ridiculed for, but I don't think I would have respected myself as much nor been happy with where I was headed in life. UW/WLU lost out on a chance of a lifetime and there is the potential that they will regret their past actions. But time will tell.

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