Reply To: Gay men more likely to have college degrees, and this could be the reason why

  • Unknown Member

    November 27, 2021 at 12:55 pm

    I get that perception of college because it serves different purposes for different people. For me, the whole college experience was so beneficial for me in many ways. It teaches you discipline, and you really get to grow from being a teenager into a young adult in a bit of a structured environment that forces you to stay focused or flunk out. What I learned while in college has little to do with the classroom or the education, and more to do with figuring out what I wanted to do with my life, setting goals, and making the right moves to attain that. College gives you the basics to take your life to the next level, tough I by no means think that you can’t do that without college because, of course, you can. Had I not gone to college, my entire life would have played out far differently. Not sure if that would have been for better or for worse, but my college experience at Arizona State was the springboard for me to many exciting things that happened in my life. If I had to do it all over again, I would never want to have missed my college years.