Last day of uni
You’re approaching the end of your course. After one, two, or heaven knows how many years it’s been (odds are, uni admin doesn’t know), you’re almost at the end. You may have been hit with the realisation that you are approaching your last day of uni.
There is, of course, the possibility that you might have been completely unaware of this day of impending finality. I trust that the first paragraph has shattered your bubble of blissful ignorance, and that you are now clutching your desk, wide-eyed and white-knuckled. You’re welcome.
A wise old person probably once said that life is a journey, and that every now and then there are safe houses where you can pause and restore your health. Or maybe that was Far Cry 2. Anyway, the last day of uni is one of the points at which it is natural to pause and reflect on what has been, and perhaps wonder about what is to come. I don’t know a single person who hasn’t changed since commencing university, and it can be fascinating and wonderful to compare who you were and how you felt on your first day of university with your last day.
For many people, this reflective pondering is accompanied by huge celebrations, which are undoubtedly well-deserved at the end of course. The only thing of which to be careful is not celebrating so hard that you don’t pass the final assessments which occur in the exam period after the last day of uni. Because that would be awkward.