If you told me my first-year in college that I was going to graduate school, I would have laughed at you and say, “Oh sure!” Fast forward three-and-a-half years later, I’m laughing at myself.
I cannot believe I am officially a college graduate.
I remember first visiting Misericordia University during the fall of my senior year. I had toured a handful of other colleges, but none really stood out to me. At the time, I wasn’t ready to leave behind the dozen clubs, sports, and service projects I was involved with, so I was hard to impress when it came to touring new campuses. When I visited Misericordia, though, I experienced an overwhelming sense of something… different, exciting. Something just clicked. I cannot put into words exactly how I felt when I roamed the hallways that day, but I just felt right. I felt at home. I distinctly remember overhearing my mom, who toured campus with me, telling my dad on the phone, “She’s going to end up coming here. I can tell.”
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I cannot believe that it is almost five years since I graduated from Misericordia. It seems like yesterday I was on my east coast college hunt for the best communications program. I searched high and low – ultimately, I found the best program was waiting for me in my own backyard. I had attended Misericordia’s Communications Camp and was instantly sold. I fell in love with the small university nestled in the heart of the back mountain. Small class sizes, the liberal arts background, the diversified communications coursework and state-of-the-art facilities – what more could a young perspective communications student want?