College Corner: Tanner Worthing

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College Corner: Tanner Worthing

Tanner Worthing hopes to enter the medical field after graduating from Lock Haven.

Tanner Worthing hopes to enter the medical field after graduating from Lock Haven.

Kaelynn Behrens

Tanner Worthing hopes to enter the medical field after graduating from Lock Haven.

Kaelynn Behrens

Kaelynn Behrens

Tanner Worthing hopes to enter the medical field after graduating from Lock Haven.

Leah Farber, Staff Writer

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Senior Tanner Worthing is planning to continue his education at Lock Haven University. Here are some other answers we got from Tanner.

The Blueprint: How many colleges did you apply to?

Tanner: 3 or 4.

The Blueprint: Have you visited other schools?

Tanner: Yes, Saint Francis and Westminster.

The Blueprint: Where else did you consider?

Tanner: Saint Francis and Duquesne.

The Blueprint: When picking your college, what made you choose Lock Haven?

Tanner: The size, cleanliness, and how far away it is.

The Blueprint: What are you planning to major in?

Tanner: Physician’s Assistant/ Health Sciences.

The Blueprint: What made you choose this specific major?

Tanner: It interests me and my brother gave me the idea.

The Blueprint: What job do you hope to pursue?

Tanner: Physician’s Assistant.

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The Blueprint: What do you expect from the everyday social life at Lock Haven?

Tanner: I believe I’ll meet new people and make new friends. I also think I’ll be very busy.

The Blueprint: What are your feelings on moving on from Bellwood-Antis High School?

Tanner: Bellwood is such a safe and loving place, which makes it tough to leave, but I love adventure and that’s all this is, a new adventure that will most likely lead to a new road of life.

The Blueprint: What do you think will be some of the major differences between high school and college?

Tanner: I think there are two main differences, responsibility and people. Once you get to college, you are responsible for a multitude of things … scheduling classes, buying books, going to class, studying, etc. And people are thrown in your life that you’ve never met – a roommate, professors, teammates if you play sports, and people frlom ethnic groups you’ve never experienced. I’m expecting a big change.

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