I WILL think about my future every day • never settle for less than my best • push myself harder than ever before • value my education • stand up for what I believe in • go to ALL my classes • actually study for said classes. a lot. • challenge those who doubt me • never forget how awesome I am • connect with my classmates • encourage my classmates • realize that good things come to those who work • apply for a scholarship (hey, you never know) • put my education first• understand that college is supposed to be hard • never give up • have many goals •keep in mind that excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude • be a leader • be honest with myself, my professors, and everyone else • ask 10,000 questions • look up answers • be patient with myself • admit to failure without loss of enthusiasm • turn my weaknesses into strengths • anticipate HARD classes • constantly pursue knowledge • create simplicity out of clutter • take advantage of opportunity • make myself stand out • silence my phone when I know I need to focus • not submit to the black hole of distraction that is the Internet • stay awake during class no matter how tired I am • join a student organization • be open about my degree path • study abroad • attend senior design as an underclassman • study before going out, not after • not be embarrassed to learn from a tutor • try not to complain about my workload • not immediately switch my major just because it requires less math • not roll my eyes at my professor • exercise my creativity • exercise my body • consider my options before making decisions • try new things • think about how my ideas can affect the world • not be too proud to retake a class • utilize the strengths of my classmates • not let my extracurricular's get in the way of academia • engineer a better future
Why are you choosing Engineering or Technology? What motivates you to stay with it? Some submissions will be published on posters or posted to CEET social media. You may include your name or stay anonymous.
Upperclassmen and Alumni, this is for you! What kept you going through the toughest moments of your program? What are you most proud of? Some submissions will be published, but you can stay anonymous.