10 reasons we should be friends
Wisconsin winters and college classes are enough on their own, but put them together? During break? Need I say another word?
Did the beginning of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 just start playing in your head?
Okay, slow down and take a deep breathe. J-Term isn’t as bad as it sounds. In fact, it’s here to provide you with a variety of benefits. But let’s back up and formally introduce you to one another.
Now that doesn’t sound so bad, does it? J-Term is simply an opportunity for you to consider — no strings attached.
You’re probably wondering, “What are these benefits you speak of?”
So I think its time for you to get to know J-Term a little better. Below are 10 things J-Term can do for you.
Now I know what you are thinking, “This sounds good and all, but I’ve been let down before. Friends come and go. What makes J-Term any different?”
WARNING: We are about to get real deep.
If you click on the following link, you will see the courses offered during J-Term. But before you decide to enroll, you may want to discuss it with your adviser or parents.
Like any friendship, J-Term is a commitment. You have to be ready to put in the time and effort to make it worth your while. If you are willing to do that, then J-Term might just become your new best friend.
If you really think about it, J-Term has a lot to offer and can help you open the door to your future. And that’s a great friend to have.