I'm now officially a sophomore at UNT in Denton and so far I have found college to be one of the worst experiences of my life so far. I have met very few people who haven't tried to exploit me for their own personal gain and I feel as if I didn't even learn that much my first year anyway because they cram so many god damn bullsh*t prereqs down your throat that have almost nothing to do with your major. I mean, I guess I could get internships, but since I'm pretty much getting by on government loans and grants anyway, I can't really afford to basically have a job where I don't get paid anything. At first I wanted to be a history teacher, but I changed my majors because for one, I had to take two years of a foreign language and the first year dragged my overall GPA to a 3.0 because I had to spend so much time studying French to even make a B in that class, and secondly I decided that it really wasn't worth it to me to even be doing all that nonsense. So now I'm in pre-business but I don't even know if I'll be able to get a job with any of these degrees. A 'decision science' major? An 'entrepreneurship' major? http://www.unt.edu/majors/ugnbu.htm Idk... my family thinks I'm just whining and maybe they're right, but I seriously hate where I'm going right now and where I am in my life and I think most of it can be attributed to my decision to go to college. And even then, I say it was 'my decision', but I made that decision because other people told me it was what I wanted to do and I never even thought about it before doing it. I don't know, if I can't get a job where I'm making a lot of money, I don't even know what the point of being here is. And from what I've read on here, I might not even be able to get a job.