Full Time Student


Being a student is a full time job.

The requirements to perform this job include:

  • A desire to better yourself, while simultaneously hating yourself.
  • A need for the ability to carry up to 50+ pounds of stress with the added carriage of responsibilities.
  • A sophisticated method to wake up for 8am classes and appointments, and not going to bed until 2am the night before due to an excessive workload.
  • Occasionally perform offsite activities for compensation, otherwise known as a “job”
    • A “job” can include many criteria such a store clerk, a restaurant server, an assistant of some sort, etc.
    • Many jobs require 20+ hours of work a week, and for our position of student, these must be tightly fit into your already full time employment.
  • The ability to schedule small amounts of personal time to eat, sleep, and pray for your GPA.
  • Attend extracurricular activities and join extracurricular groups to build your resume and make yourself more desirable to future employers.
  • Attend social events to make networking connections and learn social skills.
  • A bank account with copious amounts of money is a necessity for employment, or the ability to fill out a loan application will suffice for this requirement.


If you believe you would like to apply for this position, please send resume, ACT or SAT score, your first born child, and bank account number to admissions@university.edu. We look forward to application and will get back to you shortly with your first tuition payment and at the amount of your books.


Thank you,



New job


So I just quit my job…

But that’s only because I got a new job!

Recap: I worked at Foodland, a southern grocery store, and it was a normal minimum wage job at a grocery store. I stocked shelves, checked people out as a cashier, and a few other things. But I recently got offered a job in the CSIS (Computer Science and Information Systems) Department her at UNA. So considering that’s my department and I know the majority of professors and administrators, I took the job!

So my last day at Foodland was Tuesday, and today is Friday.

I am already at my new job on campus as a computer lab assistant. The pay is still minimum wage but the environment is so such much more enthusiastic and lively. My day to day job is watching over 3 computer labs and a few offices and making sure everything is running ok and students can use the computers and there are no problems. I am able to do homework and whatever I want the majority of the time I’m in here. I’m currently writing this post as I am at work. Can you say relaxed?

That is a major factor in why I am fulling committing to this blog. I just have a lot more time to post and work on it because I’m not wasting my life away at a grocery store. (If you work at a grocery store, I mean no disrespect. The environment i worked at just drained me physically.)