Monday, September 29, 2014
Diverse Sources interview 1
Source: Jay Gonzalez
Identifying information about the source:
from Corpus Christi, Texas
Music Education Major
Question 1: The University has a record enrollment of 35,568 students this semester. How has this increased enrollment affected you as far as parking on campus?
"Well I am here all the time. I did a lot of my core in high school. So, uh, I don't see it much, but when I walk through the quad its awful...it's busy"
Question 2: Should the university continue to grow?
"No, I feel like they let student's in. They have nowhere to put them, and then a lot of the reason they let student's in is because they want to attract freshman. The kids that actually want to continue with their education they don't necessarily care about them, but they don't turn their attention towards the kids that actual continue their education."
Question 3: Did the size of the university influence your decision to come here?
"No, not at all."
Question 4: Do you have enough teachers and resources to perform one on one teaching for music majors?
"Our classes are great! We only select a certain amount of kids, and even though that number is growing. They can't because our classrooms are like high school sized classrooms. They can only fit like 26 students max."
Posted by Christopher Garza at 2:36 PM