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Pioneer Day - Campus Closed
July 24


Women Only Rock Climbing
July 28-30


Summer Canyoneering
August 4-6


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  • “Coming back to school and getting back into everything after not doing it for a while has really ramped my anxiety up. It’s a good challenge for me to face it more often than I was used to. I took a really long break from school because I had a son, and I didn’t come back until he started kindergarten. Now I am in the Graphic Design program and I really would like to get into doing packaging design for games, make-up bottles, just anything. It’s really cool.”

  • Eduardo

    “I have a lot of younger cousins and siblings that really look up to me when it comes to finishing school. I am trying to set a good example for them so that they can go to school eventually. Taking 17 credits and going to work, and trying to be sane after that, and have a social life after that, it’s hard. But, if you have enough drive then it’s really easy to think about it that way. You can go to bed at 1 a.m. and wake up at 6 in the morning and still get to school as long as you have that drive.”

  • “I want to be an occupational therapist that specializes in helping kids with disabilities. But I just barely graduated high school so this is only my second semester and I just feel like I’m floating, if that makes sense. Because I’m doing good things, I am going to school, I have a job and I am working hard and stuff, but it’s just like an awkward phase I guess. Just floating, that’s the only way I can explain it.”

  • student

    “Living on my own without family is tough because you have to support yourself and pay your own bills. You have to be more responsible and if things mess up you don’t really have that safety net that you have when you have your family.”