My journey to GPC is a very interesting story, because I’m a nontraditional student and I stopped attending high school in 2006 when I was in the 11th grade. Leaving school was the worst mistake of my life, and I didn’t receive my GED till July of 2013. I tried for seven years after dropping out of high school to get my GED, the day that I passed that test was the greatest moment of my life at that time. And I am very appreciative of the experiences and knowledge gained while working to achieve that goal. I knew that my life had a greater purpose so; I enrolled into GPC for the fall semester to start college. Because I knew this was the only to ensure a better future for my self and my family.
Secondly, my academic and career goals are what drive me to become successful. Because I want to be an attorney and that requires me to attend law school after I receive my bachelors. Academically, I set a GPA goal for 2.5 and my first semester it was a 2.66. So the summer and fall semester of 14 I want a 3.0. It felt good to achieve this goal that I had set for myself because I know