Personal Statements are hard to write because the admissions officers ask you to tell them who you are and why you’re worthy into two pages.
You might like the way service learning is incorporated into the curriculum, and plan to take the Community Organizing course.
You may even be interested in taking your service learning to another country through the Privett Global Service-Learning program.
Since you will be writing multiple drafts of this essay, don’t worry about perfection first time around – just get ideas down on the page You cannot write a personal essay without writing about yourself.
However, you should simply not list all the amazing things you’ve done.
If attending a Jesuit college is important to you, this prompt is a good option for your USF application essay.
If you pick this prompt, you’ll need to provide at least one specific example of how you’ll be a “passionate agent for others” as a USF student. Explore USF’s website and learn about the ways Jesuit tradition influences USF students’ community engagement.
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This program facilitates self-directed learning, enhances interactions between students and fosters relationships between students and faculty.