The thing that motivates me in never quitting is my mom. I have never wanted to drop from Architecture because my mom is what motivates me. She has sacrificed so much for me and in return what I want to do for her is design her a house and with the help of some of my friends actually build it for her. A house where she would call her own and not the banks. That is what keeps me going.
Wow, cleaning out the mailbox and found this, must of missed it. Very inspirational, hope this student is still going strong
hi i'm currently a 2nd year architecture student, but i'm really hating studio classes and losing passion for my major. i'm HIGHLY considering switching my major to building construction but i hear the bc jobs in the future aren't as interesting or creative as arch. do you think i should stick it out in arch even though i pretty much hate it?
well, it depends on what you want. It’s gonna be damn near impossible to get through studio with no passion, I’m not gonna lie. But, if it’s creativity that you’re looking for, construction management isn’t your best choice. I would either look into other majors that are creative or try and revive that passion that you once had. To be honest, architecture is definitely a major for passionate people. For the amount of work you put in at school, the pay doesn’t compare to other majors with comparable difficulty in my opinion. But, if you can enjoy what you do, then it’s worth it 100 percent