What is the most important thing you’ve learned at Pacific, and where will it take you?

What is the most important thing you’ve learned at Pacific, and where will it take you?

“It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. Mastering that will take you anywhere you want to go.”
@Hector Moncada,
c.o. 2015

“Hold on to and cherish the things you hold dear, because before you even realize it, those things may be gone forever.”
@Galen King,
c.o. 2016

“Being dedicated; otherwise, you won’t pass classes, because they make you really really work hard.”
@Muteb Channel,
c.o. 2015

“The most important thing I’ve learned at Pacific is that the piece of paper I am about to earn is approximately worth $164,000, and it is taking me straight in to debt! But on a more serious note, I’ve learned that your degree is something nobody in this world can take from you, because you took your present day and will shape it to become your future.”
@Dina Lell,
c.o. 2015

“I learned the importance of saying ‘NO!’ While there are many opportunities and ways to get involved on campus, sometimes you learn that you can only do so much, and that’s okay. Always put academics and your loved ones first.”
@Andrew Merenda,
c.o. 2016

“The greatest thing I’ve learned is not to procrastinate. That will definitely take me further in life in anything I do.”
@Stacy Wycoff,
c.o. 2015

“I’ve learned that it’s important to step out of your comfort zone, because it can actually result in improving and learning more about yourself.”
@Brittany Watu,
c.o. 2016

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