May 21, 2020 | The Clarion
Class of 2020
What advice would you give to other Brevard
College students (and future graduates)?
Don’t be afraid to do new things and find out
what truly makes you happy.
Work hard and never give up. Have fun
because these 4 years will fly by before you
Be sure to stay on top of your work, if you
don’t you’ll fall behind!
Try not to take the campus and the
community for granted.
To get out and do stuff, whether it’s on
campus or off, just get out of your room. I had
the best times out with my friends exploring
pisgah or going through downtown, just being
out and around Brevard makes you feel a little
Take charge of your education. Take it
seriously, since you are paying for it. Don’t
be afraid to stand up and speak out. Make
yourself heard, and do not care what others
think. It’s your college experience, make the
most of it.
Do something new. Brevard is a great place
to learn new things, don’t be sacred to leave
your comfort zone.
Take classes that interest, outside of your
major or minor requirements.
Alex Tyler Tenjhay
Don’t get stuck on “oh I need to make sure I
do this this and this for my major”
You’ll have plenty of time for that. Make
sure you leave room to explore, do new
things, make friends, and have fun.
Take at least one “wild card” class,
something outside of your intended major.
You’ll never know what you might enjoy.
(Courtesy of Brittany Ward)
Enjoy the little things & don’t be afraid to
try something new! I’ve done a lot of things at
Brevard College that I never thought I would
do and I have no regrets! College is the time
of your life so enjoy every minute of it!
I pose with Sesame Street’s Super Grover after
attending the Sesame Streets in Communities
workshop in 2019. (Courtesy of Courtney Sharp)
“Malaprops Book Haui” - a photo of Alexis Henley, Zach Dickerson, and Solomon Turner showing off their
Malaprops book haul - Spring 2020, Asheville.(Courtesy of Alexis Henley)