My experience at NYIT has been very interesting. I started attending NYIT this Spring Semester of 2010 and it has been kind of interesting so far since I just started. The professors are really kind and they try their best to make you feel comfortable in the class. The basic classes that are given to you when you first start in either in the fall or the spring like NYIT 101 and Education 108, helps you out to better understand the differences between high school and college. Education 108 helps you understand your college assignments better by teaching you different writing styles and ways to learn how to read passages without forgetting what you have read. The NYIT 101 gets you familiar with all the resources that are going on around you at NYIT. For example, like extracurricular activities, events, and helps students with also the meaning and value of general education. These courses are making me feel more comfortable in a college environment.
My few weeks doing work-study in admissions has been great with my supervisor Christine Zembis, and her assistant Angela Dajko has been helping me learn new skills, like programs Datatel on the computer, putting together college admissions folders, and a little bit of stocks with re-stocking paper on the shelves that is used to make the admissions folders. So far, I am having a nice time here at NYIT and I hope as the longer I stay here the years will get better and better.
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