Why are you here?

“Why are you here?” you’re thinking.

I know. There are literally countless websites out there. Blogs galore. Twitter, Flikr, Tumbr, YouTube… And oh yea that other big one… what was it? Anyways. You know where to find information when you want it. But, when it comes to being a student, what about the stuff that no one writes about? The real questions you want to know about your university. Or even about your program specifically? What happens when at 1:24 a.m. you try to Google “What the garbage is controlled registration and why isn’t it letting me register for VCD II?”

College can be a frustrating place for a student. You’re a quasi-adult now so, prepare for a professional career, pursue your passions, have some fun, and oh yea, get good grades.

Have you ever just wanted someone to say, “Why Johhny (or Jeany for all the ladies out there), we don’t have this controlled registration business to stop you from finishing your degree in time, we just don’t want those G.D. Art Students accidentally registering for a class we know you need.” All you want at 1:24 a.m. is to register! That’s it!

So, what this asinine anecdote was trying to point out is that I am here, sent from above, (not heaven, just the Dean’s Office), to answer your questions. If you want to know why you have to pass a grammar test, or why you have to do so many group projects, or why anything is the way it is, ask me. And until you start asking, I’ll just keep guessing what you’re thinking and writing about that.

So here, email: adudley@kent.edu with your question. Stop back later and hopefully I’ll have answered it, or found someone else to answer it for you.


3 thoughts on “Why are you here?”

  1. I am a non-traditional student at Kent. I would like to know how to get started with blogging? What are the pros and cons on blogging?

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