Scholarship hall life
Living in a scholarship hall is great. It really helped me meet people and get to know all of them really well. We have our own study room and laundry room that is really convenient.
I really have to prioritize to stay on top. I make lots of lists and use my planner. It's easy to ask for help too. I also make sure to get out and have fun; camping, enjoying the great outdoors. I try to go to all the games tailgate and hang out with friends.
I really want to be a veterinarian, so I commute every weekend to the Bansfield Veterinary Clinic in Wichita. It's great experience, and I get to do a lot of hands-on work. I love that K-State is so close I can take advantage of opportunities like that. K-State is the only school that I know of, with an early admission to the College of Veterinary Medicine. I applied early and all I have to do now is keep my grades up. It is so comforting to have that next big step already set up.
Entrenched in research
Your research can get published. That's not very common at a lot of universities, especially for undergraduate students. K-State has given me the opportunity to major and develop interests in lots of different things.
Becoming a Wildcat
My sister went to school here, so I was already familiar with K-State. I really enjoyed all the people because they were so friendly. I went to a small high school, so my classes weren't that big. I'm from a big town, but I don't think the transition was too hard because I was already used to the smaller class sizes.