“Dedication, hard work and commitment will always pay off, no matter how long it takes you to get there.”

2022 Applied Psychology graduate Michelle-Yvonne Kelly shares her insight into life at GCU and life after graduating from university.

I chose to study at GCU because…

It is an extremely diverse university, and offers a wider variety of courses than I had explored elsewhere. Particularly, their Applied Psychology course allows students to specialise in a chosen subject are, which I didn’t find in other institutions.

The most important aspect of my university experience has been…

Learning to adapt to the uncontrollable social and public health issues presently; which made learning and studying more different than any of us expected.

My biggest lesson learned so far is…

That dedication, hard work and commitment will always pay off, no matter how long it takes you to get there.

I’m proud to be part of the University for the Common Good because…

It is a university who showcases talent from all disciplines and backgrounds, and has a strong sense of inclusivity and pride for all.

I get my inspiration from…

My friends. Without my closest friends I would find it difficult to be inspired every day without their never-ending belief in me.

My next steps look like…

I am taking a well-needed year off before I go back to university to complete my Master’s and PhD courses.

You are most likely to bump into me…

Somewhere either reading, drinking copious amounts of coffee, or both.

Thank you to Michelle for sharing her GCU experience, if you would like to share your #GCUGradStory visit: https://bit.ly/3C4zNqY 

For more information on how to apply to GCU visit: Undergraduate | GCU

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