I was informed today that I am the recipient of a full ride scholarship to obtain my funeral director's license courtesy of the company I currently work for. The only hang up is that I have to transfer to what until recently was a 2 year school but now offers a few bachelor's programs (and the school has "university" in its name so most people out of the state would never know this fact). (the program I'm going into is a AS program). The only reason I am doing this is because it will mean a major pay raise once I complete the program (from $22K a year to about $50K) and I'm guaranteed to have a job with a national company once I graduate. Since I'm only a few semesters (four) into my bachelor's I don't think it will be that much of a hinderance and it will be a good way to get my bulls--t gen ed classes out of the way for less money. Also it will be a good way to pad my GPA. I'll be doing the general bio and chemistry prereqs for med school while at the new school- but I will be doing upper level course work in both once I transfer back to the school where I will complete my BS degrees in biology and chemistry, so I don't think it will be that much of a detriment when I go to apply. Sorry, I'm all excited. I needed to share this with people.