The Numbers Guy: Junior Year = The Best Kind of Busy

Hey everyone!

I know it’s been a while. I’ve been extremely busy with school, work and fraternity things. It’s nice not to have to wake up at 4 in the morning and go to work anymore. However, adjusting back to homework, studying, and campus life is a challenge. All the new faces, experiences and opportunities are going to make for a very interesting year. 

Classes are off to a slow start, but everything will soon pick up. I had my first test of the year – which I’m sure I did well on – in financial management. However, between projects, presentations and tests, I will be one busy guy.

The main difference between my junior year and my first two years is that my professors are going much more in-depth with their material. In classes, the situations we are going over are realistic – the companies actually exist. It is extremely interesting to see what we are learning applied in real life.

Campus – and more specifically Greek – life is keeping me busy outside of the classroom. Between meetings, forums, events and fundraisers for Zeta Beta Tau, everything keeps me on my toes. Although Greek life is taking up a majority of my time, I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

The Greek community here at Gannon is very strong. I have friends in every letter organization on campus, and I love hanging out with them. Greek life is by far the easiest way to get involved on campus. It helps build life-long bonds through community service, sports and campus events. Fraternities and sororities also help out with networking opportunities that very few other organizations on campus can offer.

If any of you guys have any questions at all, I can probably answer them. Don’t be afraid to contact me on Facebook or email.

Take it easy,
Steve

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3 Responses to The Numbers Guy: Junior Year = The Best Kind of Busy

  1. [...] LGA wrote an interesting post today. Here’s a quick excerptby Steve Jagodzinski, junior accounting major. September 21, 2010 at 4:00 pm. Hey everyone! I know it’s been a while. I’ve been extremely busy with school, work and fraternity things. It’s nice not to have to wake up at 4 in the morning … [...]

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  3. Edge Staff Edge Staff says:

    Check out the web page for Gannon’s international admissions office: http://www.gannon.edu/admiss/intl/default.asp

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