In attending the University of Dallas, I expect to broaden my views in the understanding that I currently have of my community and the world I live in. In obtaining an education at this University, I am opening my mind to gain an understanding to all that there is here to take in and understand. I expect to gain the knowledge and skills that will help me to succeed for the rest of my life from my university education here. I expect to graduate and earn a higher income, become a more skilled professional, be prepared for more job opportunities and reach a higher potential for myself than had I not attended the University of Dallas.
I expect to gain an increased quality of life from the education I receive here, like mentioned in the following information from an educational site: “Children of college-educated parents are more likely to graduate from high school and continue onto college; they are more likely to have higher cognitive development; and sons and daughters of college educated mothers and fathers are considerably less likely to become unmarried teen parents” (Benefits, 2007). I expect to gain the knowledge and skills training, education from the program that I am in to graduate and be prepared to work in the field I am preparing to go into.
But most of all, I expect to gain from my education from University of Dallas what I put into it. I know that an education of and in itself is not a magic pill to anything. However, by applying myself as well as I can in all of my classes and in all of the coursework I take here, I expect from my University of Dallas education the extent to which I put into it .
Benefits of College. Retrieved April 13, 2007, from Think College Early Massachusetts Web site: http://www. thinkcollegeearly. org/benefits/benefit. htm