Who Am I?

http://progdb.com /programs/68-who-am-i


Moving out from home into Resident-life can be a "ginormous" change for many of us. In this new environment, we may sometimes lose focus on our precious education and forget why we're here.

This interactive Passive allows residents to write a little about themselves, and reminds them that all students are here for the same reason - to succeed in life.

When: Wed, Jan 28, 2009 1:00 AM - 1:00 AM PST

Where: Montecito

Who organized the event

Resident Assistant

Detailed description

Residents are allowed to write in the given spaces about themselves and their purposes in life in general. There are 7 questions posted to help motivate them to stay dedicated to themselves and to their success:

(A.) Where do you come from? About your past history? How do you identify yourself?

(B.) Is there anything you wish you could change in your past? What is it?

(C.) What's your major? What's your ideal job or profession?

(D.) What are 3 of your strengths? 3 weaknesses? And how can you improve the weaknesses?

(E.) Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?

(F.) What's you main goal in life?

(G.) If there is one (or two) person(s) who you'd like to thank, who is it and why?

Finally, it notes:
"We are all here for our own personal purposes. But above all, we are here for our education, and then to apply our knowledge in our respective careers. Hopefully in the future, we are able to re-pay those who have contributed to our success thus far, and for future years to come. This is college. Respect your peers. Step up as a leader. Always remember, stay focused on your goals in life, Never give up."

Active or Passive?



Academic Success

Faculty Participant


Faculty involvement


Notes and File Attachments

Public note from Andy Schuster on Wed Jan 28 2009 at 4:17 AM

Andy Schuster

I'm going to suggest you shift the category of this program into Academic Success instead of Campus Leadership & Involvement. You've already alluded to the connection through your choice of tags.