I'm in the same boat. And I've heard that this year's CSU class is...85% women!I'm single, so it's nice to get to be completely selfish in my choice - picking where would fit ME best.
But then again, facing the prospects of going to school with pretty much all girls forever with no time to meet a nice guy is sort of daunting, jealous of all of you who have a great SO who can be supportive!
I'm in the same boat as you... my now ex-girlfriend and I broke up over vet school : (I've been seeing a guy for about a year now but since I'm going back home, halfway across the country for vet school, we're going to be ending things when I move (most likely ) in a couple weeks. I don't think either of us is ready for a long distance relationship like that unfortunately since he'll be going to school on the east coast ... This is the "un-fun" part of starting the next chapter in my life. We'll see how it goes.
No offense taken. At 32 though, I am a little old to be a boy*makes mental note*
Dartfrog is a boy...
*end mental note*
Seriously, I think everyone is a girl at first. And I'm usually right! Any boys besides david, labman, projekt, and bobdog - I probably think you're a girl. No offense.
Oh man, now you've got me thinking about engineering boys. Haha.My SO and I broke up because he doesn't want to uproot everything to move, so singles take heart, you won't be the only one there on your own.
And luckily for us at big universities, there is usually an engineering school nearby, whose boy-girl ratio is usually the opposite of ours
Engineering undergrads for the most part act like they're in high school all over again. I majored in CS at my first university which was in the college of Engineering and at my second university my roommate was an engineer and I have to say that the impression I had of the engineering students was the same at both schools. They all acted like goobers over the 4 or 5 girls in their classes while mostly looking down their noses at people in other majors. Either that or they just spent 99% of their time studying.Oh man, now you've got me thinking about engineering boys. Haha.
As do I!and i, for one, wear the nerd label proudly.