Hey, guys! I will make a post about my winter break during the week next week, but I wanted to tell you guys about my first week back at Norwich this semester.
All of the platforms and websites the university uses have changed layouts, and we have now officially switched over to Outlook. I've got to say that it is a challenge, and will take some getting used to, but if it makes things easier for our IT department, I guess it's worth it.
After registering for classes last semester, I had to get a manual override into my Quantitative Methods course, and had it done before finals week. The night before classes started, I checked my classes and my schedule to make sure things were set, and found out that my override was not showing up. I spoke to the professor, and the head of the department, and got things straight.
I am in 5 different classes, and they're all equally challenging. I am in Macroeconomics with the same professor I had for micro, and it's nice. I don't have to worry about missing anything between the two courses. I am also in the second level of the beginning level of accounting, and have the same professor as last semester. He started building off of last semester on day one! And I am not too proud of it, but I am retaking English 102 this semester, and chose to take it with the same professor that I had 101 with. My other 2 classes are Business economics (quantitative methods), and management. The professor I have teaches both courses, so I see him 2 times a day for 2 different classes. I've never had him before, but I think that I am going to enjoy his lectures.
I have already started making new friends with the transfer students and a few of the freshmen on my floor. They're all pretty nice, with the exception of one or two that (I'm guessing and hoping) are just shy and come off as having an attitude.
I found out that I am going to be running out of work study funds before spring break, so I hope that I can find a place on campus that will let me work for them as a non-work study student.
If you guys have any questions, do not hesitate to leave a comment. That's what I'm here for.
And again, I will post about my very interesting (not really) break sometime before my next post about school.