I Found My Niche at Central Michigan University
Student Name: Hayley
School: Central Michigan University
Major: Interior Design
“My name is Hayley and I’m 19. I will be transferring to Central Michigan this coming fall. I’m from New York and went to Farmingdale State for two years to get my associate’s degree. While here, I joined a sorority and made my best friends and wouldn’t change it for the world.
I started college with no idea what I wanted to do but with the help of friends and a lot of research, I came to the conclusion to go to Central Michigan Uni to continue my love of art and major in interior design. It has been tough to make this decision because I wasn’t sure if I would be able to go so far but once I went to visit the school, I fell in love and knew it was the right choice. I will be able to continue with my sorority there and be a part of one of the best interior design programs they have in the state.
Although my first semester was great, my last couple of ones weren’t as great because of COVID. However, I made it work. It was hard to not be involved on campus and not see everyone but we made do with what we had. As for classes, I did struggle a lot as I am a very in-person learner so having to basically teach myself all my info and do classes online was a hard adjustment.
That’s why I am excited to be going to Central in the fall as all the classes are almost all back in person. It makes me happy to know I’ll be able
to go back into a classroom and learn in person!!” – @hayleyforchelli
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