As an undergraduate at Boston University, the possibilities I hope to accomplish are vast. Aside from academics, there were several aspects of Boston University that appealed to me when I questioned myself on the things I would do if I was accepted.
Among these were These include
Broom-ball, the "West Campus", and Boston University's numerous clubs and activities.
The idea of getting a team together for Broom-ball is exciting. Add something like: Playing the intramural sport, Broom-ball, will be an exciting and new experience that I look forward to.
To play an intramural sport during college is something I am aiming to do in the near future.
The setup of Broom-ball is perfectly simple enough for me to assemble a team together and workout a schedule to practice.
I can just imagine an early Saturday morning of sweat-intensive practice accompanied by laughter-induced-pain from falling over. Another aspect I hope to accomplish is trying the "West Campus". When I ask or hear about the food on campus, one of the first things I hear about is the "West Campus".
There's just something about The idea of
a grilled cheese with BBQ sauce and a burger patty
intrigues my taste buds. Then there are the clubs and activities. The Video Game Society, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Team, Rocket Team, and Quidditch Team are just a few clubs that interest me in joining because they seem to spice up college life on campus. In a more academic perspective, both Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) and a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering are other aspects of Boston University that I want to
. I hope to improve my leadership
skills, my and
teamwork skills, and my physical and mental state in AFROTC from the leadership labs and training exercises involved in the course.
The fact that Through
s allows me to I can
express my desire to serve my country as an officer. The initial and primary reason for me to attend Boston University is to earn a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering after four years of study and work. A comprehension of the courses and connecting with my fellow classmates and faculty within the college of engineering department and throughout the rest of the campus is important to help me better understand my career goal. With the degree, I hope to work with Aerospace companies such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, NASA, Northrop Grumman, etc. Boston University has so many opportunities available for students, sometimes I wonder if there is enough time to do everything within the short amount of time we have until we complete a degree.