Courtney Dupree, from Raleigh, North Carolina, is a senior in the School of Communications and maintains a very active student lifestyle at East Carolina University. As Membership Education Vice President of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, she conducts weekly meetings, coordinates events for … Continue reading →
One of the greatest things about college is the chance to experience a multitude of different things. College is more than just an education or social event, its an experience. What better way to experience college than in another country? … Continue reading →
My name is Jacqueline (call me Jackie, if you’d like!) and I’m a SENIORhere at East Carolina University!!!
I’m so happy to be blogging for you this summer! If you see me around campus this fall, feel free to walk up and introduce yourself! I love meeting new people, and I’d love to meet you!
I mentioned that I am a Senior at ECU. Well, I will be graduating in May 2015 (!!!!!) with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a minor in International Studies with a concentration in European Studies (See the links to those programs below! They are AWESOME!).
This summer, I am working in ECU’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions. I LOVE my job! I get to meet students who are entering ECU for the first time, and I get to share my experiences with them, and make new friends along the way! The other students who work in the office are so friendly and nice, and the staff are the best in the world! Make sure you stop by because they’d love to meet you!
Tell me about you! Leave YOUR story in the comments below!
Alright Orientation goers, for those of you who are unsure about where to go on your first day of orientation, you will check-in at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium between 8:00 a.m and 9:45 a.m. At check-in, you will receive an … Continue reading →
There are many opportunities at East Carolina University to get students out in the world on study abroad trips. Students have the option to study in the fall semester, spring semester and over the summer. Last summer I was given … Continue reading →
Throughout high school I breezed through classes, never taking more than one or two days to study for a test. After my first semester of college passed, I realized that was NOT going to fly. College classes are a lot … Continue reading →
So in today’s blog I want to talk about something so fearsome and horrifying yet soothing that no matter how strong you are, it cannot be avoided. That’s right, I’m talking about distractions! We all suffer from the “homework-itis” or … Continue reading →
Picking a college that is the right fit can be stressful. How do you know which one is best for you? It is easy to become overwhelmed by the letters from colleges across the country stating why their college is number … Continue reading →
Hello everyone! It is starting feel like school is really picking up, but there are also a lot of great events going on around campus! Fall has always been my favorite time of year. There are football games, cool weather, … Continue reading →
Hello Everyone! In previous my previous post, I mentioned how I was taking summer classes, but I failed to mention how fast they go by! For these five week courses, it is already considered mid-term time! I have always been … Continue reading →