August 17th, 2005

Greetings from Philadelphia!

Hi everyone, my name is Kristy, and my Fiancee and I are looking into ,moving to Seattle by next summer (he is looking for an environmental job). I have two years of college (from NJ) completed, and I plan on continuing part-time, while trying to find a manager position in the prepared food business in Seattle (I am a deli manager here) ANYWAY, I would like to continue my English degree at UW, and I was wondering if anyone here was taking the evening degree program? How do you like it? Also... what is a good area to live and commute to the school? Anyone else on here move across country and have any advice?
xoxo

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does anyone know of any places hiring on or near campus? i've gone to the uw student employment site and i'm heading to u-village this evening, but is there anywhere else i should try or any places you know specifically are hiring for the fall?
cutest puppy EVER

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This is totally dorky, but..... I really liked that datebook UW gave me as an incoming freshman last fall. I can't find any other datebooks that have all the days off and all that jazz in them. Do they sell those anywhere? I already looked in the U Bookstore. Maybe I can jack some freshman's this year or something.....

out-of-state transfer credits

I know I knew this at one point but have somehow lost the information and cannot find it again. Poor me.

I took a three-quarter intensive Spanish series this summer at a community college in California and I remember talking to the Spanish advisor and her telling me that the courses would almost certainly transfer. This had something to do with because the credits are from an out-of-state cc they were going to be judged by someone in the dept. I just don't remember what steps I need to take now to get those credits transfered. Do I just need to send my transcript somewhere or what is going on?

Acctg textbook WOW

So I'm signed up for Acctg 215... the book is a freaking $150 and comes shrink wrapped with some Wall Street Journal student guide brochure type thing... I can look elsewhere and find the same book for way cheaper, but sans the WSJ. Is it vital to have this brochure - does anyone know? Thanks in advance ;)