"Small campus community a plus"
After graduating from SDSU, I decided to get a Master's Degree in Counseling. I wanted to stay in San Diego so I applied and was accepted into USD's counseling program.
Unfortunately, a family member became ill and I needed to move home but wasn't sure how I'd continue my education. Fortunately, I also applied to CLU and was admitted, the small campus-vibe couldn't be more than opposite to SDSU. I like it. After completing my degree in Counseling I got a job offer to work at CLU's Upward Bound Program.
My journey back home was difficult and challenging, but my experience with going to school at CLU and working at CLU has been very influential in my life. I enjoy the work I do, I love coming to work and I appreciate seeing familiar faces of my colleagues on campus and being able to say hello and know their name (and they know mine).
Now her letters are full of the joy of life and of hope for the future.
This is a Christian university. How tolerant can it be towards gay people like myself?
Arriving to CLU was full of emotion because I was the first in my family to attend a university.
Working at CLU is like being part of a large extended family.
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