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Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2016

Theatre & Dramatic Arts/ Speech Language and Hearing Science

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WRITTEN ON 15 SEP 2015

The hardest you try the best outcome you get

The tile is implying pretty much what I want to say. The options that I was looking for picking a right school for me were various majors, attendance costs, the place where I would love to study for all four years. University of Wyoming is not too big nor too small. With that being said, there are quite a lot of choices in Majors. I have switched my major once and added another major. Since I knew what I wanted to be and to do, it was not difficult to declare my majors. It makes easier to decide however, do not be afraid of being an undeclared major, because you can always change and there are lots of great professors who are willing to help you out. So be active and take your gut! As of I know, tuitions and fees at UW is the cheapest in this country even for international students and out of state students. That's why we have a lot of people from CO. Sometimes, the school system is slow and responds you back a few week later and that is what makes me tired of being in West. The people here in Wyoming is lay-back and chilling out most of time. They might not seem kind to you in the way of being a friend or talking to you first. For environmental situation, personally, I love outdoor activities, so it is not a problem for me being away from a big city and a mall. But, if you are a shopper or party animal, it would not be your school. Students here enjoy hiking, camping, bon firing, skiing, snowboarding and more. There is a beautiful rock mountain called Vedauwoo and national park nearby. That is the biggest reason I chose UW. As an international student, you might find inconvenience to be out of town or even going to grocery shopping. As all the states in the US, you need a car if you want to be free to go anywhere and whenever you want. But, there is a bus system that goes to Walmart taking half an hour. 
What I want to say for you, you would be fine and do well as long as you have your clear goal and purpose of coming to UW! Good luck!
 As an international student, to be honest, there is not many scholarship opportunities other than incoming freshman scholarship.

The tile is implying pretty much what I want to say. The options that I was looking for picking a right school for me were various majors, attendance costs, the place where I would love to study for all four years. University of Wyoming is not too big nor too small. With that being said, there are quite a lot of choices in Majors. I have switched my major once and added another major. Since I knew what I wanted to be and to do, it was not difficult to declare my majors. It makes easier to decide however, do not be afraid of being an undeclared major, because you can always change and there are lots of great professors who are willing to help you out. So be active and take your gut! As of I know, tuitions and fees at UW is the cheapest in this country even for international students and out of state students. That's why we have a lot of people from CO. Sometimes, the school system is slow and responds you back a few week later and that is what makes me tired of being in West. The people here in Wyoming is lay-back and chilling out most of time. They might not seem kind to you in the way of being a friend or talking to you first. For environmental situation, personally, I love outdoor activities, so it is not a problem for me being away from a big city and a mall. But, if you are a shopper or party animal, it would not be your school. Students here enjoy hiking, camping, bon firing, skiing, snowboarding and more. There is a beautiful rock mountain called Vedauwoo and national park nearby. That is the biggest reason I chose UW. As an international student, you might find inconvenience to be out of town or even going to grocery shopping. As all the states in the US, you need a car if you want to be free to go anywhere and whenever you want. But, there is a bus system that goes to Walmart taking half an hour. What I want to say for you, you would be fine and do well as long as you have your clear goal and purpose of coming to UW! Good luck! As an international student, to be honest, there is not many scholarship opportunities other than incoming freshman scholarship.

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