Yesterday, I turned in my last assignment in my last course in my last week at Southern New Hampshire University. Technically, my college courses are all done.
Needless to say, I was walking on clouds yesterday after submitting my last assignment. It felt so good!
Now I join the millions of other undergraduate student before me in receiving my diploma in the coming weeks. Hurray!
I should receive my last grade (which is looking like an A) some time this week, and it will be recorded and calculated in my final GPA by the end of next week.
In talking to my academic advisor a few minutes ago, my GPA is high enough for certain honors, including magna cum laude. How exciting! I can’t wait to see that printed on my diploma!
In a few weeks, I’ll receive my diploma for a B.A. in Creative Writing. Yea!
I’m very grateful for my time at SNHU. I’ve not only learned so much, but have grown a lot in these four years.
I enjoyed all my classes, even the two to three harder classes in which I struggled. I made it through, and I’m thrilled over those accomplishments.
I loved learning about the humanities, anthropology, Shakespeare, psychology, European and American history, and all the writing workshops that helped hone my writing skills.
I learned how to write essays and articulate thoughtful articles, and write short stories in a time-sensitive setting. I learned how to write plays too.
In these last four years, I started a blog, had a short story published, and had one of my short plays acted out on a local theater’s small stage.
In March 2018, I submitted my novel to a publisher whose editor said it had promise and to work at bit on the developmental editing and to resubmit it in the future.
Personally, I am so thankful and breathe a sigh of relief that it wasn’t accepted because there was so much more revising that needed to be done! We newer writers learn this hopefully in the earlier stages of our writing endeavors that a lot of time is needed in producing a publishable novel.
I was able to submit my query letter and synopsis to the above-mentioned publisher thanks to my Context of Writing class at SNHU that I’d taken in early 2018.
My university studies helped me reach these milestones in my life.
In attending SNHU, I have grown as a person in my analyzing and questioning works of fiction and nonfiction.
In other words, it taught me critical thinking, which I’d not possessed before starting at SNHU, and it’s been a valuable asset in both my personal and professional relationships, in how I present sensitive material on religion, politics, and literary subject matter.
I’m thankful to Southern New Hampshire University and will cherish my experiences there for the rest of my life.