Going college for attendance purpose only

March 2, 2009 11:05am CST
I am going to my college for attendance purpose only.I am not interested in attending the classes because there is no proper teaching or encouragement from our staffs.They don't come to class regularly.They don't teach the syllabus fully and they are putting scene like they are working sincerely.Is anybody having same college experience like me?
4 responses
• United States
2 Mar 09
I have taken several classes that it was pointless to show up. Just read the book at home and everything would be fine. The instructors did nothing but talk about their personal lives. At the end of the semester when it came time to do the evaluations I told them exactly how I felt about their teaching methods and to point of the class. Those are read by their bosses so do not hesitate to tell it like it is on the end of semester evaluations. These professors should be fired.
• India
3 Mar 09
No my professors are not like that.They are very lazy to come to class.And they has no depth in their subject.Good response.Happy mylotting...
@cannibal (650)
• India
12 Apr 09
Indeed it's the same here. In fact the sad truth is that many colleges share the same story. As for me per se, i'm going to college just for the heck of it. I was never meant to be in this brutal field of IT Engineering; instead I was always inclined towards a field as lively as journalism. Let's see; I might pursue it after this gets over. And may be that time I could start attending coz it might be much more interesting!
@Jezebella (1446)
• United States
13 Mar 09
I cannot say that I had the same experience. My classes were fun and my professors really generally wanted to teach us. If they strayed from the syllabus there was a reason. If you don't like the college you are at, why not transfer to another college next year?
@cripfemme (7715)
• United States
6 Mar 09
Poor thing, this sounds so awful. When I was in college, my professors enjoyed their jobs and really cared about us as people and helping us grow into our best selves. Is there any possibility you could transfer schools? You don't seem to be getting much out of the one you're in and it's not worth the money in my opinion, if you're getting nothing out of it.